We've all heard the phrase 'culture eats strategy for breakfast' - it's regularly used within the management consultancy space. This event explores all things related to change and transformation and whether the empowerment of culture is a surer route to organisation success which will ultimately drive sustainable bottom line growth.
The energy markets practice at Interim Partners is pleased to present one of big oil's most accomplished CEOs John Carey. John has built an impressive career within oil and gas, and has recently led the biggest IPO in the United Arab Emirates in over a decade in a deal worth €767 million.
This session is aimed at both transformation specialists and executive leaders who are looking to share their own stories, best practice, innovations and gain new ideas relevant to their own role and organisation.
Join us for a lively, disruptive and conversational session with John, followed by an opportunity for networking with nibbles and drinks provided.
Date: Wednesday 29 January, 2020
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Location: Interim Partners, Level 15, 1 Angel Court, London, EC2R 7HJ
Drinks and nibbles provided.
6:00pm - Arrival and networking
6:30pm - Presentation and discussion
7:30pm - Drinks and networking
About the Speaker
John Carey is a respected and outspoken c-suite executive. He's passionate about transforming large, complex organisations into sustainable and profitable growth engines. His 35+ years of experience in Europe, the US and the Middle East has proven that success comes from inclusive leadership that fosters a culture of trust, openness, humour and accountability.
John has built an impressive career within oil and gas with various roles at oil giant BP over 17 years and has most recently spearheaded the IPO of ADNOC's retail unit. He has extensive experience leading the transformation of the state-owned company's business model.
Promoting ADNOC with investors and media worldwide has been as much a part of his role as strategy and operations. He spent six weeks a year on international road shows and more time on Bloomberg, CNBC and others than he cares to remember.