How to Give Your Team Energy They Need

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Lead like it’s the first time to give your team energy. Early in my career, I learned a vital leadership lesson about how to give your team energy. The post How to Give Your Team Energy They Need appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders.

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UPCOMING: Cybersecurity, Energy Security, Emergency Response w/Nicholas Andersen, U.S. Department of Energy, January 19th at 11:00 AM ET

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An Energy Market Check In

The Cipher Brief

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Put Limits on Your Energy Drainers

Next Level Blog

One of my favorite things to talk about with my executive coaching clients is “What are your energy givers and your energy drainers?”. That’s almost always a useful conversation because when leaders are working through their agenda day after day it’s easy to lose sight of the kinds of work and people who either give them energy or drain their energy. They’re showing you who your energy givers are. On the flip side, review the record for energy drainers.

Shift Left Security? Development Does Not Want to Own It.

Speaker: Shlomo Bielak, CTO, Benchmark Corp

Shifting security left to the earliest part of development is currently in the spotlight in the developer world. What teams are now discovering is, this approach results in misdirected ownership for developers and a frustrated security team. In the current climate, we cannot afford to let security implementations falter. It's time to manage your team's energies to maximize DevOps efficiency, all the while maintaining top security standards. Join Shlomo Bielak, and learn how to keep your DevSecOps team focused and connected without creating silos.

Energy: The year of the black swans

Beyond B2B

energy and utilitiesThe oil industry in 2020 has been hit by double “black swans“– and only through operational efficiency, improved reliability and maximizing agility will it be able to recover*.

CIOs Need More Energy To Make It Through The Pandemic

The Accidental Successful CIO

CIOs need to find ways to get more energy Image Credit: Eelke. How can we get the energy that we’re going to need in order to get through this thing? Where Has Our Energy Gone? However, we can’t rely on that surge of energy to get us through the pandemic.

Energy Efficiency Voluntary Agreements Helped Pave the Way for Increased Remote Access


How do energy efficiency voluntary agreements play a role? And, according to the recently released US SNE VA annual report , the energy consumption of these devices has remained stable, as demonstrated in the figure below. Canadian Energy Efficiency Voluntary Agreement (CEEVA).

How companies are innovating in the energy sector

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

An integral component of our everyday lives, energy powers almost everything at home, at work, and elsewhere and has a direct impact on the standard of living. With people using over a million terajoules of energy a day (Source: BBC Future), burning of coal, oil and gas has reached record levels. However, a fifth of the world’s population now relies on renewable energy (solar, hydro, wind, geothermal) sources, and the sector is expected to grow about 2.6%

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Energy Vampires are Sucking the Life from You

Women on Business

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Energy Pipeline Operations Affected By Cyberattack


All the facts are not in regarding the attack announced by the US natural gas pipeline operator Energy Transfer Partners (operator of over 71,000 miles of pipeline). But we do know that operations were affected by the attack and that the attack was against its back office systems in charge of orders, shipping, billing. Operations […]. CTO Cyber War News

Attivo Networks Powers up with Energy Impact Partners

Utility-backed venture capital firm invests in company to secure energy operations and security infrastructure Fremont, CA – March 21, 2019 – Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced that Energy Impact Partners(EIP), a leading utility-backed energy investment and innovation firm, has become a strategic investor in the company. Press Releases Attivo Networks Energy Impact Partners

Change for Good: The Energy Transition


Oil & gas companies across the board are transitioning to cleaner & more sustainable energy. This represents a massive opportunity for those in the energy sector

LF Energy Launches Digital Substation Initiative to Modernize Power Grid Infrastructure

Linux Foundation organization, LF Energy, with GE Renewable Energy, Schneider Electric and RTE, also launched CoMPAS to make substation systems interoperable as part of this initiative SAN FRANCISCO, June 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — LF Energy, a Linux Foundation nonprofit coalition that seeks to radically improve power grid infrastructure through open-source projects, today launched its Digital Substation Automation Systems (DSAS) […].

An Appropriate Event to Generate Energy

Steve Farber

Next week I’ll be speaking in New Orleans at the American Wind Energy Association ‘s annual meeting. And since “ Generate Energy ” is an Extreme Leadership practice, I think I’ll be in good company. The Wind Energy world is fascinating and particularly timely. Here’s how the association puts it: US is the world’s number one wind energy producer. Wind energy has a clear path to generate 20% U.S.

People will power the future of energy and utilities


The energy and utilities industry relies heavily on its people. Satish Surendran is a Vice President at Capgemini with the Energy & Utilities team. Cybersecurity EUC Utilities and EnergyEven with the increasing presence of automation, people are still at the center of operations and essential for maintenance and administration. But the workforce needs to bring diverse skills and agility to respond to a more dynamic and changing industry.

How to Project Confidence and Energy on Zoom – Even if You Aren’t Feeling it on the Inside

CEO Insider

License and Republishing: The views expressed in this article How to Project Confidence and Energy on Zoom – Even if You Aren’t Feeling it on the Inside are those of the author Eileen Smith alone and not the CEOWORLD magazine.

How energy companies can successfully embrace IIoT


Industrial Internet of Things technology continues to mature and energy companies are contemplating how to best take advantage. We worked with an energy company that recognized the potential of IIoT and wanted to initiate a pilot for compressors and flow meters in its mid-stream pipeline business. energy Utilities and Energy

10 Ways to Manage Energy and Avoid Leadership Burnout

Let's Grow Leaders

You might just need a good night’s sleep – or you may need to make some changes to how you manage your energy as a leader. The post 10 Ways to Manage Energy and Avoid Leadership Burnout appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. You might just need a good night’s sleep – or you may need to make some changes to how you manage your energy as a leader. Feeling tired, burned out, or listless?

My “Energy Project”

Let's Grow Leaders

For me, energy is a big factor in both whom I want to follow, and who I want on my team. Leaders with strong, positive, engaging energy inspire others towards [.]. Really Listen energy Energy Audit leader leadership teamAs I have been doing more writing, I have been paying a lot of attention to which leaders I find most inspiring–and why.

The Future of Energy: A global view


A discussion with Philippe Vié, Global Head of Energy, Utilities and Chemicals at Capgemini, In March, a new study from the University of Colorado Boulder reported that the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica is the smallest it has been since it was discovered in the 1980s.

Frontline Festival August: Energy and Engagement

Let's Grow Leaders

Thought leaders around the world share their insights on energy and engagement. Managing Personal Energy and Engagement Jesse Lynn Stoner of the Seapoint Center, shares 7 Ways to Increase Your Own Engagement and Satisfaction Are you concerned about the [.] The post Frontline Festival August: Energy and Engagement appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Empowerment energy Frontline Festival motivation

Digitalizing Energy: A Cure-All Salve or Expensive Placebo?


No operator ever made, or ever will make, a single cent or penny from purely digitizing and then storing data – they need to do something with it! Find out how

Energy Saving Tips | How to Reduce Bills

Strategy Driven

A recent study shows that energy usage in the United States is doubling every 20 years. If you are like most homeowners, reducing the amount of energy your home consumes is something you are passionate about. Luckily, there are a number of things you can do to conserve energy and save money. However, implementing the changes needed to reduce home energy use can be difficult. In this article, we will discuss some methods you can use to conserve energy and save money.

5 Ways to Unblock Leadership Energy

Let's Grow Leaders

I felt my energy drain as I drove toward the call center. The center’s results were stagnant– it was time to dig deeper. Joe’s energy ignited [.] The post 5 Ways to Unblock Leadership Energy appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. accountability Change Communication confidence Culture Execution acupuncture blockages energy enouragement execution motivation

“UPCOMING: Hydropower: Forging A Dynamic Energy Frontier, September 29th AT 11:00 AM ET”

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Your Energy Is Contagious (So Make Sure It’s Positive)

Steve Farber

Like it or not, as a leader you have a significant impact on the energy around you at work. Your ideal, therefore, is to display positive energy in everything you do. I know it’s a tall order; but, ultimately, the success of your company will depend on whether you can share this energy with others and foster consistent enthusiasm among your peers. So what will it take for you to generate energy throughout your company? Boredom is anathema to energy.

How to Focus Your Time and Energy for Maximum Results

Let's Grow Leaders

You don’t have enough time and energy for everything on your list – and you never will. Your ability to focus your time and energy is key to your success. Focusing time and energy isn’t about managing time or the latest […]. The post How to Focus Your Time and Energy for Maximum Results appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. You don’t have enough time and energy for everything on your list – and you never will.

How AI detected a hacker hiding in an energy grid within hours of deployment


This blog shows how by looking at a critical real-world detection at a European energy organization Darktrace’s AI can identify the subtle signs of threat, even when the initial intrusion occurs prior to its deployment.

Converting the Sun’s Energy to Hydrogen


One team of international scientists has come up with a solution: a device that collects energy from sunlight and converts it to hydrogen. Solar power has one major downfall and that is what to do when the sun is not shining. The hydrogen can then be stored and burned as fuel or it can be fed through a fuel cell to generate electricity. Named a ‘water splitter’, the device has been tipped as the next big thing in solar technology, says Kevin Bullis. To read more please log in. Login.

5G May Be Holy Grail for Telecom, But Energy Sector Feels Much Anxiety Over New Network


energy sector feels anxiety over launch of 5G technology on Forbes : While telecom giants are boasting faster, unlimited wireless connectivity for their mobile phone users under the long-awaited fifth generation wireless network (5G), the energy industry is worried. Energy groups are warning regulators that a 5G rollout […]. Read why Dipka Bhambhani says that the U.S.

Predicting a greener future: How forecasting solar energy generation can improve grid reliability


According to Capgemini’s annual World Energy Markets Observatory study , renewables were the fastest-growing worldwide energy source in 2018, with an increase of 14.5%. As renewable energies become increasingly important, traditional business models are under pressure. Solar photovoltaic energy is part of this transformation, and represents almost 2% of worldwide energy production. This occurs in what is known as a peer-to-peer energy exchange.

The Future of Energy: North America – Part 1


A conversation with Randall Cozzens, North America Sector Head of Energy, Utilities, and Chemicals at Capgemini. The month of April presented the energy industry with a so-called “double black swan,” as the ongoing public health emergency coincided with a collapse in oil prices. The energy industry, and the oil and gas sector in particular, is accustomed to working through crises.

Breakthrough In Energy We Should All Track: New green technology generates electricity ‘out of thin air’


Some scientific breakthroughs are so amazing they sound too good to be true, and this one definitely sounds amazing. But think of all the other amazing things happening around us right now, including things that were hard to believe would happen not very long ago. With that context in mind, imagine a way to generate […]. CTO News nanowires

The old and the new in the evolving energy industry


The energy industry is considered a strategic sector in all developed countries. As energy demand grows along with the increasing global population, so do the challenges in meeting those needs, especially as it becomes more important to explore sustainable sources while reducing our carbon footprint. And aging assets are not yet obsolete – they still have their place in the operational structure of many energy companies because they are proven and dependable.