ROLE MODELS INITIATIVE
AXIS Network are always keen to identify and showcase ROLE MODELS working within the Aberdeen energy industry. We aim to promote awareness of success stories so others may be inspired to follow a similar path.
We hope the initiative will:
Inspire and build confidence
Break down stereotypes
Help to share practical ideas, experience, learning and best practice for the benefit of both organisations and individuals
We are all role models!
If you would like to be featured, or would like to nominate a friend or colleague, please get in touch email@example.com
AXIS members can access the Role Models in different ways. It may be through reading their story in a blog or profile, hearing their story at an event, talking to them directly at an event or having them as a mentor.
We seek to continually develop our role models initiative so we would love to hear your feedback and suggestions.
Do you know of any other role model schemes that may offer us insights or ideas?
Do you have an idea for an event where we can showcase role models?
Do you know a role model we should reach out to?
Would you like to get involved yourself?
Please drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
From a small town in Ireland, to the current holding as the CEO of Oil and Gas Technology Center, we were delighted to be given the opportunity to speak with Colette and hear all about her fascinating 30 year international career!
Click on the link below to hear all about it.
Joe Robertson is a Contract Specialist at Shell UK, working in the Wells Department, predominantly managing contracts in the Well Interventions portfolio. Joe has been working at Shell for the past 4 years, in various roles in Contracting and Procurement, having previously worked for Wood as a buyer. After suffering with symptoms of depression for almost 10 years, Joe finally spoke up about his mental health struggles with a colleague in 2016, which turned out to be the first step in getting the help he needed to get a formal diagnosis and begin to manage his depression.
Our focus this year in AXIS is to showcase the positive steps that organisations and individuals can take to help address gender balance within their organisations. Quite often those steps cost very little but can have quite a dramatic positive effect. Our Vice Chair, Erica Kinmond wanted to share one of her workplace initiatives with you in the hope that this will encourage others to take steps, whether big or small, which will help lead us towards a more gender balanced industry.