2018 Women In Energy Leadership Initiative:
This Conference Has Closed. Check out our highlights below!
At Our Upcoming Women’s Leadership Initiative you will:
- Connect with other industry champions in fun engaging and interactive ways.
- Hear inspiring stories and share best practices with your peers on building thriving work lives and engaging cultures in their organizations
- Discover the latest trends, techniques, and tools to help you in your daily work environment
- Gain a deeper understanding of how to increase employee engagement, optimize talent, and build high performing teams
- Walk away with tactical, strategic insights used by some of the industry’s most forward and innovative people
Why attend? Here's what others are saying...
A great conference! Fantastic women and leaders who came together to motivate, foster growth and support each other. Speakers and content were effective and useful.
The Kinetic initiative was a breath of fresh air. The women who spoke and attended were inspirational and proof we can do anything we want to.
Great initiative! So powerful to have so many women coming together to create change and share this knowledge.
I have attended "women's" professional conferences in the past and have not always come away with feeling the value for the time spent. Kinetic's conference brought the most talented women together from interesting, diverse backgrounds who organically became a cohesive group by the end of the conference! Transformational!
Here’s Some Of The Amazing Organizations In Attendance Last Year…
Angela Baylis, Director of Training, Southern Cross
Maria Wyckoff Boyce, Partner, Hogan Lovells
Diane X. Burman, Commissioner, New York State Public Service Commission
Caroline Burda, Senior Environmental Specialist, Jordan Cove LNG
Hugh Connett, President, Chevron Pipe Line Company
Tony Diocee, Vice President, LNG Projects, Jordan Cove LNG LLC
Rose Haddon, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Jordan Cove LNG
Jen Holmstadt, Senior Project Manager, WSB & Associates, Inc.
Aileen Hooks, Partner, Baker Botts
Brianne K. Kurdock, Shareholder, Babst Calland
Farrah Lowe, Sr. Vice President, Environmental, Safety and Regulatory, Land & Outreach, Crestwood Midstream
Kim Lubel, Director, PBF Energy and WPX Energy; Former Chairman & CEO, CST Brands, Inc.
Leanne M. Meyer, P.E., VP Environmental, Safety, Pipeline Integrity and Operations Support Services, MarkWest Energy Partners, L.P.
Beth R Minear, President, Global Project Solutions, LLC
Janet Peyton, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP
Julia Forrester-Sellers, Director of Compliance & Ethics, Senior Counsel at Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P.
Christina Tackett, Assistant Chief Counsel, Hazardous Materials Safety Law Division, U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
Kendall Talbott, Deputy General Counsel, EnLink Midstream
Susan D. Waller,Vice President, Stakeholder and Indigenous Engagement and Enterprise Public Awareness, Enbridge
Stephanie Weidman, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) Program Director, Railroad Commission of Texas’ Oversight and Safety Division
Our conference has great workshops, too! Our workshops are deep-dives and hands-on sessions where you’ll learn a variety of actionable strategies and tactics. Each workshop is approximately 3 – 4 hours.
Dr. Mazie Leftwich is a nationally recognized Speaker, Workshop Leader and Trainer, currently serving as Vice President of Leftwich Management Inc.
Our Workshop From 2018: Conflict Management Strategies Across Gender And Generations
How you currently deal with conflict is directly tied to your gender, the decade you were born into, as well as your own personality and history. So, it goes without saying that while navigating conflicts is often tricky, resolving them begins with the different ways in which we approach conflict and the world at large. Without understanding those differences, we can misinterpret each other’s actions and find ourselves in conflicts which escalate or fester unresolved.
In this workshop, we navigate the top 15 challenges and problems we commonly face in the workplace today. We define them, discuss them and begin the process of developing a personal plan to handle each if it suddenly appears.
Throughout this interactive workshop, we also dive into the differences that our age, gender and personalities play in how we address conflict in an effort to further the tools for greater leadership maturity and success.