Category: Career Development

Job Postings for Candidates with TapRooT® Skills

November 14th, 2017 by

2017 will soon be over! Don’t miss your chance to jump into training that will expand your options in 2018!

Here are some recent postings looking for candidates with TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis skills:

Technical Safety Regional Leader – Cargill

HES Ops Specialist – Occidental Petroleum

Quality Manager – Easterline

ESG Customer Quality Manager – Air Liquide USA LLC

There are still opportunities for 5-day Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training in 2017!

November 20: Perth Australia

December 4: Edmonton, AB

December 11: Houston Texas

 

Job Postings for Candidates with TapRooT® Skills

November 9th, 2017 by

 

Here are some recent postings looking for candidates with TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis skills:

EHS Manager – Fieldcore

Reliability Engineering Supervisor – International Paper

Engineer, Electrical Reliability – Catalyst Paper

Director, Environmental, Health & Safety – UTC Aerospace Systems

It’s not too late to train in 2017 and open your career options for 2018 – sign up for 2017 training!

2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training

November 20 Toronto, Canada

November 21 Adealaide, Australia

November 29 Nashville, TN

December 4 Las Vegas, NV

December 12 Sao Paulo, Brazil

December 14 Perth, Australia

Job Postings for Candidates with TapRooT® Skills

October 31st, 2017 by

 

TapRooT® root cause training can take your career to the next level. Here are some openings for professionals with TapRooT® skills:

FieldCore

EHS Manager

Global EHS Manager

EHS Global Security Manager III

Haldor Topsoe, Inc. 

Process Safety Engineer (PSM)

United Technologies

Associate Quality Engineer

Senior Quality Engineer

Occidental Petroleum

HES Ops Specialist (Rotational)

HES Ops Specialist (Non-Rotational)

What are you waiting for? Expand your career options. Sign up for training today!

2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training

November 2 Albuquerque, NM

November 6 Amsterdam, Netherlands

November 6 Houston, Texas

November 8 Sao Paulo, Brazil

November 16 Calgary, AB Canada

November 16 Singapore, Singapore

November 20 Toronto, Canada

November 21 Adealaide, Australia

November 28 Bogota, Colombia

November 29 Nashville, TN

December 4 Las Vegas, NV

December 14 Perth, Australia

Job Postings for Candidates with TapRooT® Skills

October 24th, 2017 by

TapRooT® root cause training can take your career to the next level.  Here are some openings for professionals with TapRooT® skills:

Global EHS Manager, FieldCore

Process Safety Engineer, Haldor Topsoe, Inc.

EHS Risk Manager III, FieldCore

Electrical Engineer, Chemical Industry

What are you waiting for? Expand your career options. Sign up for training today!

2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training

November 2 Albuquerque, NM

November 6 Amsterdam, Netherlands

November 6 Houston, Texas

November 8 Sao Paulo, Brazil

November 16 Calgary, AB Canada

November 16 Singapore, Singapore

November 20 Toronto, Canada

November 21 Adealaide, Australia

November 28 Bogota, Colombia

November 29 Nashville, TN

December 4 Las Vegas, NV

December 14 Perth, Australia

Monday Motivaton: Do you see things worse than they are?

September 25th, 2017 by

“Cynic: an idealist whose rose-colored glasses have been removed, snapped in two and stomped into the ground, immediately improving his vision.”
~ Rick Bayan

We worry about viewing the world through rose-tinted glasses, but often the problem is the opposite. It’s the gloom-tinted glasses we need to worry about. Read “Remove your Gloom-Tinted Glasses” on Forbes.com and learn about two features of human-basic psychology that can drive us nuts (Click here to read the article).

Monday Motivation: Let your accomplishments do the talking

September 18th, 2017 by

 

 

“Action speaks louder than words but not nearly as often.”
― Mark Twain

I was reading profiles on LinkedIn today and couldn’t help but notice how many people describe themselves as “innovative” and “visionary.” The funny thing is, I couldn’t find one thing in the experience/accomplishments sections of their profiles that supported that. Adjectives are easy to throw out there but are you describing yourself more in words than proving it with accomplishments?  If you truly have those magnificent characteristics and are only using words to prove it, you’re not convincing anyone.

Your accomplishments speak for themselves.  Take a look at your LinkedIn profile this week and replace those words with your proven track record. Actions always speak louder than words. And while you’re on LinkedIn, follow us! We post news every day to help you expand your knowledge for further success!

Monday Motivation: Build your personal advisory board!

September 11th, 2017 by

“Pulling a good network together takes effort, sincerity and time.”
Alan Collins, author of “Unwritten HR Rules”

Part of valuing your time is investing in the right relationships. Spend your time on relationships that matter the most.  For career development, those relationships include people who are willing to help guide your career goals. It takes thought, time and effort to find them. However, the more you procrastinate building your own personal advisory board, the more disconnected you will be from opportunities that could advance your career.

Join us for a fun, exciting and rewarding opportunity to network and build relationships at the 2018 Global TapRooT Summit in Knoxville, Tennessee, February 26 – March 2.  Learn more here.

Job Postings for People with TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training

September 5th, 2017 by

 

TapRooT® root cause training can take your career to the next level.  Here are some openings for people with TapRooT® skills:

HSE Manager, Arkema, Geneseo, New York “Investigator for TapRooT® investigations; provide incident investigation training to site.”

Health & Safety Manager, Bristol, Pennsylvania “Investigator for TapRooT® investigations”

FieldCore (Multiple locations) (“Lead investigator – TapRooT®”)

What are you waiting for? Expand your career options. Sign up for training today!

Monday Motivation: Never Stop Learning

September 4th, 2017 by

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.
~ Henry Ford

Invest time in obtaining the know-how to accelerate your career advancement. Don’t set back and wait for things to fall into place, shake things up by working on being smarter, wiser and more strategic about how to better manage your career. Know the goals the industry you are serving desires to achieve and how you can contribute and build relationships with key thought leaders.

Begin with a 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training or 5-Day TapRooT® Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training. For just a small investment of time you can improve the skills that contribute to your success in these types of careers!

Monday Motivation: Invest in your Strengths

August 28th, 2017 by

“Accept yourself, your strengths, your weaknesses, your truths, and know what tools you have to fulfill your purpose.”
― Steve Maraboli

Commit to your natural strengths that allow your skill sets and capabilities to thrive, and then invest in them.  For example, if you are a good speaker, never assume that your technique doesn’t require improvement.   Take a  class, enhance your abilities and then put them to work more frequently.

Keep in mind that just because you’re good at something, that doesn’t make it a strength. How do you know what your natural strengths are?

Ask yourself these questions:

When do I feel the most engaged at work?

What activities make you feel strong?

What do you do differently than everyone else?

You can’t build your career around your best attributes until you know your strengths!

 

Monday Motivation: Are you making a living? Or making a life?

August 7th, 2017 by


What are you working for? To buy some new things? Did you know that buying experiences, not possessions, leads to greater happiness? A San Francisco State University study (2009) demonstrated that experiential purchases, such as a meal out or theater tickets, result in increased greater well-being than material possessions. These experiences tend to satisfy higher order needs, specifically the need for social connectedness and vitality—a feeling of being alive.

Another thing to think about… a Harvard Business School study (2009) revealed people tend to overestimate the influence of wealth on happiness by 100%. When basic needs are met, money does not lead to nearly as much happiness as people think it will.

Let making a living support what really important, making a happier life!

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