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Episode #2: ‘Waterskiing with Churchill’ & Lessons in Utility Leadership with Lincoln Bleveans - [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]
- Dec 16, 2019 5:35 pm GMT
Today we bring you the second episode of the inaugural Energy Central podcast series: “Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast.” If you didn’t catch our premiere episode last week, check out our fun conversation on nuclear power and chili recipes with Dan Yurman. This week, though, we dive into the topic of leadership in utilities with Lincoln Bleveans of Burbank Water and Power (and recently established Energy Central expert in the Utility Management community).
Lincoln’s career has taken him all over the energy industry and provided him with a unique perspective of what it takes to be a strong and effective leader in the utility sector specifically. Lincoln’s posts to the Energy Central community typical focus on characteristics of utility leaders today and how those must evolve with changing energy industry, and they can be found on EnergyCentral.com.
Knowing we wanted to dig into Lincoln’s expertise on the utility leadership topic, we surveyed his recent posts entitled “Waterskiing with Winston” and “A Career in Leadership Roles.” These articles set the stage for us to discuss how utility leaders must be unique to leaders in other industries, what ideas decision-makers must embrace now that the long-stagnant utility sector is finally seeing rapid change, and more.
If you want to be a guest on a future episode of the Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast, let us know! We’ll be pulling guests from our community members who submit engaging content that gets our community talking, and perhaps that next guest will be you! Likewise, if you see an article submitted by a fellow Energy Central community member that you’d like to see broken down in more detail in a conversation, feel free to send us a note to nominate them. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Podcast interviews are free for Expert Members and professionals who work for a utility. We have package offers available for solution providers and vendors.
The Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast is hosted by Jason Price, Community Ambassador of Energy Central. Jason is a recent NYSERDA scholar and NYU Clean Tech diploma recipient, having worked extensively in a multi-owner, utility-scale microgrid business model. Jason is joined in the podcast booth by the producer of the podcast, Matt Chester, who is also the Community Manager of Energy Central and energy analyst/independent consultant in energy policy, markets, and technology.
Happy listening, and stay tuned for episode #3 in the New Year! Like what you hear, have a suggestion for future episodes, or a question for our guest? Leave a note in the comments below.
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