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Training Room: Utility Business Acumen Series Helps Companies Train Their Evolving Workforces

by John Ferrare, Enerdynamics CEO


In this issue of Energy Insider, The Future of Energy section focuses on upcoming changes in the workplace. Most notably, as much as 50% of utility workforces will reach retirement age in the next five to 10 years.


Over the past several years, I’ve noticed increasing requests for business acumen curriculum. In fact, many clients have done extensive needs analyses for their companies and found utility business acumen training to be a primary training concern among employees.

In response to this phenomenon, Enerdynamics recently launched its “Utility Business Acumen Series,” which assists companies in meeting their evolving training needs. On our website at www.enerdynamics.com/utility you will find options for both utilities and companies providing services to utilities, since each sector must have a thorough understanding of the utility business.

Once you choose the appropriate sector, you are a click away from a variety of appropriate training options. First you’ll see examples of programs we’ve put together for other clients. And below that you will find the various products (online courses, live seminars, and books) that may be useful in providing quality business acumen training to your employees.

Remember that much of what we do can be customized for your company. Contact me at 866-765-5432 ext. 700 or jferrare@enerdynamics.com if you’d like to discuss your specific needs, learn how we’ve worked with other companies with similar needs, and get details on the customized training program we can build to meet such needs.

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