The utility talent gap is widening. New technologies and evolving markets call for a more proactive approach to building the future workforce.
How to ease the coming upheaval in the nuclear power industry.
is confidently led, and communicating with them not only through the iron logic of a strategy, but in emotionally compelling ways that get them excited about the direction of the company.
With top nuclear executives scarce and their cultural fit far from assured when they are drawn from unfamiliar sources, it’s more important than ever to clearly define the required competencies, assess candidates for their ability to address company-specific challenges, and do everything possible to help a new leader succeed. The result: A company that can move to fulfill its strategic vision with maximum speed and minimum risk—despite the changing face of leadership in the industry.