PAW Leadership Series

In a time of great change in our industry and in the Nation, the Petroleum Association of Wyoming is proud to announce a leadership training course designed to help your company elevate the work of your critical staff.  Research shows that productive, engaged staff are not only well trained in the technical aspects of their work, but also in the learned skills of leadership.

PAW intends to continue in-depth leadership training, live and in-person in the spring/summer of 2021.

Kicking off this series is a 1-hour, interactive webinar limited to the first 20 registrations.

What does PAW Board Member, and ConocoPhillips employee, Josh Demorrett have to say about this leadership program?

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“Are you living above the line?”

When you have a group of people operating above the line, you can expect far more effective outcomes including:

  • Greater collaboration
  • More engagement
  • Increased responsibility
  • More creativity and innovation
  • Increased independence

Operating above the line is open and positive. It’s about ownership, accountability and responsibility.

Operating below the line is closed and negative. It’s about denial, excuses, defensiveness, blame and a sense of entitlement.

Ask yourself: How are you reacting with what is going on at work right now?

Are you above the line – taking personal responsibility?

Or are you below the line – finding it easier to deny, blame or excuse?

Date: January 12, 2021

Time: 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Cost: $99.00/attendee

Open to employees of PAW Member Companies

Due to the interactive nature of this program, attendance is limited to the first 20 registrations.

PAW is partnering with Envision Group International to bring you this webinar designed to enhance your leadership skills. The presenter for this course is Scott Donald.

Scott helps organizations and people grow by teaming up with subject matter experts in the area’s leadership, strategy, and business development across North America, to provide unique and powerful growth solutions.

As an accomplished senior business development professional leader with over 30 years of experience in publishing (construction), telecom, professional services, software industry, IT and Not for Profit industries, Scott has a genuine interest and ability to learn about organizations, the people who make that organization unique and the ability (and willingness) to listen to explore ways to add value.

Scott has offered extensive leadership training to oil and natural gas employees in the North Dakota Petroleum Council and the Petroleum Equipment & Services Association of Texas.