Texchange: Strategic Transformation for Growth at Input/Output + Building a Culture of Ethics
Input/Output, Inc.’s luncheon presentation “Strategic Transformation for Growth at Input/Output” by Robert P. Peebler, CEO
Focused Leadership’s morning seminar “Building a Culture of Ethics” given by Albert J. Nahas
Luncheon 12:00PM to 1:30PM, “Strategic Transformation for growth at Input/Output”, Robert P. Peebler, CEO, Input/Output Inc.
Robert (Bob) has been President and Chief Executive Officer of I/O since April 2003 and a member of the Board of Directors since 1999. Before joining I/O on a full-time basis, Bob was the founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Energy Virtual Partners (EVP), an asset development and management company for oil and gas properties. Prior to EVP, Bob was Vice President of e-Business Strategy and Ventures of the Halliburton Company, a leading provider of products and services to the petroleum and energy industries. Bob joined Halliburton in 1998 when Halliburton acquired Landmark Graphics, the leading provider of workstation-based software for oil and gas exploration & production, where he had been CEO since 1992. Bob began his career with Schlumberger in wireline operations and spent 17 years with the company in positions including head of U.S. wireline operations and executive in charge of strategic marketing for the corporate energy services group. Bob holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Kansas.
Morning Seminar 8:00AM to 11:30AM, “Building a Culture of Ethics”, Albert J. Nahas, Principal, Focused Leadership LLC
This four-hour interactive program will present the practical, personal, and professional aspects of ethics in the workplace. It will include an “Integrity Challenge” self-evaluation and workplace scenarios to stimulate discussion on strengthening an organization’s culture of integrity and the impact on its bottom line. Central themes are the link between personal and professional ethics and moving beyond a focus on behavior and attitudes to instilling a value of ethics for all situations.
Al Nahas leads a company that coaches individuals and organizations on ways to improve effective leadership. The values presented in this seminar are those of the nation’s military service academies validated by his 40 years of corporate and military leadership experience. Al was selected as a Workshop Mentor for the 2003 National Conference on Ethics in America, hosted by the United States Military Academy at West Point. Graduated from the United States Military Academy, Al also holds Masters Degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, Business Administration from Long Island University and Executive Management from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He is a registered Professional Engineer and has had nineteen months of combat experience.
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