Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 03, 2013
Four prominent energy leaders will participate in a dynamic panel discussion on corporate culture and strategy moderated by Senn Delaney Chairman Larry Senn at an Energy Matters breakout session on June 11, 2013 at the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) annual convention.
As the industry environment undergoes significant changes, electric companies must shape their cultures to adapt and succeed. This panel, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., will investigate what various companies are doing to reshape and implement dynamic new cultures and to enhance performance and better meet the changing demands on the industry. The corporate culture and strategy breakout session is open to all conference attendees.
Industry leaders who will discuss why culture matters in their organizations in the context of today's key challenges include:
Craig Ivey, President and COO, Con Ed
Patricia Leonard Kampling, Chairman, President and CEO, Alliant Energy
Andy Vesey, Executive Vice President and COO, AES Corp.
Tom Voss, Chairman, President and CEO, Ameren
Senn Delaney's Larry Senn will kick off the culture and strategy panel discussion by providing an overview on why culture matters to energy companies, based on Senn Delaney's decades of culture-shaping work with energy companies globally. The panel discussion will include a 20-minute interactive Q&A with participants.
The EEI annual convention June 9-13 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis draws top industry leaders to discuss the major challenges and latest trends in 2013 and beyond. Learn more about the EEI Annual Conference
Learn more about Senn Delaney's positive impact on the energy industry
About Larry Senn
Dr. Larry Senn is chairman and founder of culture-shaping firm Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company. He has been referred to in business journals as "the father of corporate culture” based on his field research: the first systematic study ever conducted on the concept of corporate culture. His studies were published as his doctoral dissertation in 1970. This led him to an early personal vision of finding a way to enhance the lives of people, the effectiveness of teams, and the spirit and performance of organizations. That vision became Senn Delaney; the first firm dedicated to shaping the culture of organizations. Larry is the author of a new book, Up The Mood Elevator, and co-author of several earlier books, including the best-selling book, Winning Teams, Winning Cultures, and 21st Century Leadership.
About Senn Delaney
Founded in 1978, Senn Delaney was the first firm in the world to focus exclusively on transforming cultures. Senn Delaney's comprehensive and proven culture-shaping methodology engages people and measurably impacts both the spirit and performance of organizations.