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Senergy Appoints Vice President Of Resources


Image: Senergy Vivien decided to change her career path and move into human resources in 2002 after spending more than 10 years in technical roles. She said: “Helping others to grow and develop by sharing my knowledge and providing guidance and feedback always gave me a real sense of satisfaction, so I was delighted when the opportunity arose for me to change direction and move into a global human resources role.”

“Coming from a technical background, I have the benefit of seeing things from a broader perspective but ultimately, every manager is a people manager regardless of whether you are in a technical, operational or business role. It’s all about your people and ensuring they have clearly defined career paths, the opportunity to broaden their horizons, and that they receive appropriate reward and recognition for their contribution.” Vivien, who holds an honors degree in geology, is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development as well as a chartered engineer and member of the Institute of Materials, Mining and Metallurgy. She is also an adviser to the Post Grad Board at Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon
University.


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