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1 Action Based Leadership in Global Energy Sector Jim Sheegog, BCD, MSW Founder & President, Rowhill Consulting Group

2 November, 2012-A Partnership begins with EQUATE Petrochemical Our Niche- Rowhill at a Glance – Strategic Transformation & Change Consulting – Building Talent Pool Capacity to Drive Enterprise – Assessment for Development expertise – Emphasis on behavioral-based coaching- Post- epidemiologist- where is evidence of leadership? – Our brand is based on going to where leadership challenges exist beyond HQ – 16 years advising & developing operational managers in upstream exploration & production IOC’s & NOC’s, aerospace, advanced materials & technology companies

3 The Story begins- EQUATE Petrochemical Company Kuwait-based Joint Venture formed in 1995 between multiple national stakeholders and Dow Chemical Production of Petrochemicals in 1997 $1.0 B annual turnover Ranked #22 in global sales volume Newly appointed CEO Flat structure, with majority of senior managers part of start up in 1997 In 2009, started actively developing management talent with world class resources EQUATE Home Page

4 Leadership Intervention Roadmap

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6 Vision Strategy Organization and Talent Management Process EQUATE Strategic Roadmap Our vision and strategy are geared towards five strategic imperatives revolving around Operational Excellence and Growth. We have existing talent and we target excellence. But the challenges ahead may demand new and different talent. Success = Maximize revenue, excel, and achieve a corporate expansion through M&A’s as strategy through talent and leaders who think global and act local where our talent will thrive and achieve a reputation with a brand of operational and business excellence worldwide. Leadership Development Process

7 Organization Challenges-2012 Cultural Capabilities Survey reported unacceptable levels of staff empowerment, performance coaching, job promotion fairness, & upward decision-making Senior Talent Pool primarily Executors, not Strategists CEO Vision required “debottlenecking” internal barriers Global competition heating up Board not convinced Leadership Development investment was providing value to future organization

8 CEO & Executive Management Team CEO Vision 2020 Asked EMT to partner with Rowhill in defining Leadership Actions that mattered to future- corporate metrics, behaviors, values Asked EMT to actively sponsor individual managers and teams Fueling active involvement in Strategic Initiatives HR asked to make ABL central assessment in talent review Employee perspectives mattered (culture survey data for managers tied to incentives) Measurement- Pre/Post/Transfer/ Company-wide metrics

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10 Competency Model Cultural Capabilities* Core Technical Competencies* Leadership Code** Competency Groups * Applicable for all employees * * Applicable for People leaders only

11 Leadership Code Strategist Shaping the future Creating Strategic Traction Human Capital Developer Creating employer brand Building talent pipeline Executor Facilitating Decision Making Talent Manager Creating Positive Environment Managing Performance Building Capabilities Invest in Yourself Demonstrating Learning Agility Practicing Clear Thinking Knowing Yourself Personal proficiency is the ultimate rule of leadership, and it starts by knowing yourself, who you are becomes a key predictor of what you can help to become. Personal proficiency comes from knowing your predispositions, strengths, and weaknesses. It is about extracting important lessons from your life experiences and applying them with care, discernment, energy, courage, and humanity. It requires equal measures of self-awareness and self-discipline- a certain quality of mindfulness in going about the interviewed businesses of life and work. It requires having the courage to be bold and take risks while still having the humanity to learn from and share credit with others.

12 Leadership Code-Proficiency Levels for ABL Strategist

13 The Pilot- Design Highlights Rowhill Partnered with EMT and L&E to Create the First Action-Based Leadership Pilot – 18 Nominations of top tier talent in pipeline to participate in pilot – 3 Strategic Projects chosen from existing CEO Vision and 5 Pillar Strategy to debottleneck EQUATE (HRO, Culture Capabilities, PE Business Team) – Emphasis on reinforcing Leadership behaviors that matter to culture – Assessment tools were designed to measure Pre/post/Transfer changes for individual and organization. Measurement is built around Individual KPI’s and strategic company metrics (Jack Welsh- Measure results and how results are achieved in sustainable manner) – Observation, measurement, and reinforcement of individuals, teams, cross-strategic team activities

14 Defining Action Based Learning Coaching is: Inquiry Driven and Driven through powerful questions Focused on Individual Development Encompasses major stakeholders Includes organization context Focused on mid to long term Actions Action Based Leadership builds on coaching and is … Applying learning that benefits EQUATE Discovering behaviors that attract followership Anticipating future of business & building readiness to act Driving accountability for enterprise results

15 Building What Benefits an Organization ContentProcessContext Enhanced Approach Typical Flow

16 3 Dimensions of Leadership Strategic Skills Behavioral Skills Task Skills

17 3 Dimensions of Leadership Ideal Career Path Strategic Skills Behavioral Skills Task Skills Inside the leadership box

18 3 Dimensions of Leadership The Leadership Story that Aligns Effective Action Strategic Skills Why we make these changes Business Accomplishment Culture Behavioral Skills How we communicate and coach these changes Task Skills What we change and how

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20 Measuring Leaders & Organization Results Sprit of ABL Video

21 Part 1: Overview What is connection to company goals? How does this help me achieve my departmental goals? Why is this important? How will we do it? Who are external partners? Will we debunk organization myths? SOAR model vs. SWOT Part 1: ABL Overview

22 Part 2: On-Boarding Pilot Participants eLearning Orientation- Internal Branding of ABL  Is this a meaningful addition to my daily work?  Does ABL impact my career future?  Is the Enterprise really committed?

23 Pre- Assessment Observation EI self-score TKI Conflict Mgmt. tool Standards Explained Individual Behaviors- Sponsor Planning & Review Observations & Feedback Peer Review Coaching Tool Kit SI Teams- Charter Team Milestones Reinforce Org. Effectiveness Behaviors to shift Culture Enterprise Level Effort Field Guide to Best Practices Display Leadership- Cross-Team Forum Exchanges CEO & EMT Involved in Forums EMT & Team Milestone Reviews Post/Transfer/ Implementation Measures Strategic Business Behaviors Peer Coaching Assignments Cultural Capabilities-Pulse Surveys eLearning Orientation Part 3: Planning New Culture eLearning Orientation- Internal Branding of ABL

24 Part 4: Reinforcing Behaviors Part 4. Reinforcing Behaviors

25 EQUATE Restricted Rowhill Team Roles

26 CEO & EMT as Architects of ABL Strategic Initiatives Developing Strategists

27 Part 4: Reinforcing Behaviors

28 Part 5: Implementing Culture Part 5. Implementing Culture

29 Click to edit Master title style Part 5: Implementing Culture Sustaining Enterprise Actions- Active Human Capital Planning Cycle June 2013 Planning EQUATE Strategic Initiatives Strategic Organization Design Strategic & Annual Workforce Planning Succession PlanningAssessment Optimization Development Cultural Capability Survey  Organization  Department Competency Assessments  Leadership Assessment  Technical Assessment  Behavioral Assessment Employee Performance Appraisals Induction & Integration On-the-job Development JJob-specific training RRole Rotation / Role Enlargement Performance-based Development Competency Development (Gap closure) High-potential Development TTechnical Mentoring / Technology Expert FFuture Leader Development Leadership Development Executive Coaching The EQUATE Culture and Brand Engagement Initiatives Development Opportunities Competitive salaries and incentives Attractive Benefits Package Reward and Recognition System Measurement and Reporting Measurement and Reporting

30 30 Knowledge and Skills Building Competency Application Mentoring / Coaching Leaders Plan Filters Leader Development Plan Part 5: Implementing Culture- Integrating ABL & Talent Reviewer Development Plan to Reality Internal Assessment Corporate Social Responsibility Executive Presence External Assessment People or Technical Leader? Leadership Group Assignment No Further Development Required

31 Click to edit Master title style 1.(August 2013) Pre Assessment – Reviews current capabilities against the behavior standards 2.(October 2013)- Mid-Term Assessment of current capabilities against the behavior standards 3.(December 2013) Post Test – measurement of acquisition of standards/skills 4.(May 2014) Transfer – measurement of application of standards/skills 5.(December, 2014) Metric Result – measurement of the influence the applied behavior changes made on organizational metrics Pre/Mid-Term/Post/Transfer – shows acquisition and application of behaviors Metric – shows collective performance outcomes Part 5. Implementing Culture: Measurement Stages for Cohort 1

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33 Individual Pre/Post Test

34 Part 1: Overview Objectives with Behavioral Standards

35 Part 6: Organizational Effectiveness Is management part of the problem? Are we creating bottlenecks that impact the company future? How do we overcome cultural barriers that punish leaders doing exactly what we ask them to do? Examples- Sustaining departmental silos at cost of enterprise Rewarding only short-term thinking Not defining how operational leaders take decisions up the organization to address dilemmas (wicked issues or dilemmas) Part 6: Organizational Effectiveness

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37 Lessons Learned Spirit of ABL Video Informal Start to See Vision Social Encourages to Continue 80/20 Formal Sustainability in Human Capital We must unlearn (STOP) before we can see our future

38 Thank You for Attending! For further information contact: Jim Sheegog +1 (919)


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