Advancing from the Cubicle to the Corner Office

Originally delivered Aug 12, 2008
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What does it take to advance in a career? How do you break through the glass ceiling - whether you’re a man or a woman – and move into positions of power and leadership? Deb Grubbe, Vice President, Group Safety and Industrial Hygiene for BP International, offers advice and wisdom, based on her own successful career in chemical engineering. In addition to her Vice Presidency at BP International, Grubbe’s perspective includes 27 years with DuPont, 17 assignments, 5 different businesses, numerous community leadership positions, and industry roles for NASA, NIST, AIChE, and CCPS.

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Deborah Grubbe

Deborah Grubbe is Owner and President of Operations and Safety Solutions, LLC, a consultancy that specializes in enhancing returns from both hard and soft assets.  She is the former Vice President of Group Safety for BP plc, which had its two safest years ever under her watch.  Deborah was trained in the characteristics of safe operations during her 27 year career at DuPont, where she held corporate director positions in safety, operations and engineering.  Her many assignments have included capital project implementation, strategic safety assessments, manufacturing management and human...Read more



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