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Trisha Conley named EVP, people and culture at LyondellBassell

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January 16, 2023
By Talent Canada


Trisha Conley named LyondellBasell executive vice-president, people and culture.

LyondellBasell has selected Trisha Conley as its executive vice-president, people and culture.

Conley will be a member of the company’s executive committee and will assume the role on Feb. 1, 2023. She will lead LyondellBasell’s vision and strategy to enhance the employee experience, organizational performance, and company culture to be the best and most inspiring in the industry.

To support LyondellBasell in its new corporate strategy, the leader for people and culture will play a pivotal role in driving the company’s cultural transformation, it said in a press release.

“Our people are the heart and driving force of our company, and we recognize that a corporate culture rooted in strong core values is what will make us the best and most inspiring company in the industry,” said Peter Vanacker, LyondellBasell CEO. “By instilling the right corporate culture, I am convinced that we can improve our global employee experience and further increase our operational performance.”

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“This is an exciting time to be joining LyondellBasell, where the company is enhancing its vision, mission and values,” said Trisha Conley. “People, diversity, equity and inclusion, and a purpose- and value-driven organization are key factors in excelling as a company. I look forward to leveraging my experience, engaging this great team and helping LyondellBasell continue to thrive.”

Trisha brings more than 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry as well as the renewable products sector leading human resources, talent management, global integration and organizational development. She comes to LyondellBasell from Chevron Renewable Energy Group, where she was senior vice-president, people development. Prior to that, she was the vice-president of human resources at BP.


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