Senn Delaney announces new energize newsletter for energy leaders

Jun 12, 2012

June 12, 2012
As part of an expanding focus on serving the energy industry, Senn Delaney has a begun publishing a new electronic newsletter for energy leaders to share news, research and best practices from industry leaders in transforming their organizational cultures to improve performance.

The debut newsletter “energize” features a new column, “notes from nick” by Senn Delaney's energy practice leader Nick Neuhausel. A partner and executive vice president, Neuhausel is a former energy executive who has been working with energy clients for 16 years to creating Thriving, high-performance cultures. He will be sharing best practices, food for thought and client successes in this newsletter as part of Senn Delaney's increased focus on the energy and utility industry.

"On any given day, you can pick up a newspaper and find a litany of energy-related issues up for public debate. We have entered an age of difficult decisions and new horizons. Energy and utility leaders, now more than ever, have an urgent need to build Thriving organizational cultures that will ultimately support the industry's transformation over the next decade," says Neuhausel. "Senn Delaney is committed to being their trusted partner of choice on that journey.”

Here is the first "notes from nick" post.

This issue of “energize” also features a video interview with Neuhausel and Piedmont Natural Gas CEO Tom Skains. They discuss the Piedmont Pride culture transformation journey that Skains says made a major positive impact on financial performance and organizational health.

“Our unique and singular focus on culture has added value for our clients like Piedmont Natural Gas to better execute and sustain long-term transformational changes that will support the ever-expanding global demand for energy in all forms,” said Neuhausel.


    
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Senn Delaney announces new energize newsletter for energy leaders
June 12, 2012
As part of an expanding focus on serving the energy industry, Senn Delaney has a begun publishing a new electronic newsletter for energy leaders to share news, research and best practices from industry leaders in transforming their organizational cultures to improve performance.

The debut newsletter “energize” features a new column, “notes from nick” by Senn Delaney's energy practice leader Nick Neuhausel. A partner and executive vice president, Neuhausel is a former energy executive who has been working with energy clients for 16 years to creating Thriving, high-performance cultures. He will be sharing best practices, food for thought and client successes in this newsletter as part of Senn Delaney's increased focus on the energy and utility industry.

"On any given day, you can pick up a newspaper and find a litany of energy-related issues up for public debate. We have entered an age of difficult decisions and new horizons. Energy and utility leaders, now more than ever, have an urgent need to build Thriving organizational cultures that will ultimately support the industry's transformation over the next decade," says Neuhausel. "Senn Delaney is committed to being their trusted partner of choice on that journey.”

Here is the first "notes from nick" post.

This issue of “energize” also features a video interview with Neuhausel and Piedmont Natural Gas CEO Tom Skains. They discuss the Piedmont Pride culture transformation journey that Skains says made a major positive impact on financial performance and organizational health.

“Our unique and singular focus on culture has added value for our clients like Piedmont Natural Gas to better execute and sustain long-term transformational changes that will support the ever-expanding global demand for energy in all forms,” said Neuhausel.

Watch the full, 20-minute video. Note: This video is best viewed with high-speed internet to prevent pausing.

The "energize" newsletter also features a podcast with Mark Gabriel, Black & Veatch senior vice president and executive director of strategy policy, on regulatory vigilance for smart grid. Gabriel describes how to overcome the policy and regulatory challenges for successful smart grid implementations.

Sign up to receive future issues of energize or Senn Delaney's at your best newsletters on our home page.

Learn more about how Senn Delaney is having a positive impact in the energy industry.

Download Senn Delaney's energy practice brochure.


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