In Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In, “women who found mentors through formal programs were 50 percent more likely to be promoted than women who found mentors on their own.” However, having the right mentor goes beyond the pay check. Benefits include helping identify your hidden strengths, gaining valuable insights about your career, and increasing your visibility… read more →
At several of our oil & gas projects, we implement changes on how companies perform custody transfer measurements. The objective of these changes is to help companies establish better practices in measuring flow of hydrocarbons when it changes custody between different parties. These process improvements may include a lot of different activities, like analyzing existing… read more →
Born between 1982 and 2000, Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are inundating the workplace, currently making up nearly half of the workforce and continuing to grow. With Baby Boomers (born 1946 to 1964) retiring, and Generation X (born early 1960s to 1980) only large enough to fill half the vacancies as they occur, Millennials… read more →
I have represented Trindent at several recruitment sessions and am always asked a variation of: “What course best prepared you for Management Consulting?”. My short answer is that specific courses do not ultimately lead to success, but rather a combination of soft-skills and a strong work ethic. Digging deeper, successful consultants typically possess the following… read more →
Change management is a hard concept to explain, let alone understand and buy into. And yet, that blurry concept is the very reason why “sending a memo” is simply not enough to make a team durably remove or incorporate a process step to their current procedure(s)… Because, truthfully, the hardest part of the organizational change… read more →
Feedback loops enable us to track our performance and adjust our approach based on that feedback. Read our latest insights to learn the 3 main roadblocks and how to remove them.