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PE Live: Energy transition demands new brand of leadership

Soft skills gain importance as leaders steer course to a just transition to net zero

The transition to net zero will demand a new brand of “brave and inspirational” leadership to drive forward change and ensure a rapidly evolving workforce gets behind common goals, according to panellists at PE Live panel discussion on the role of the net-zero workforce, in association with Deloitte.  “It will be the companies and the wider organisations that have the courage to lead, set out the vision and then really go after it in the right way that will succeed in this journey,” said Marc O'Connor, consulting partner at Deloitte. “We need leadership in positions of influence to be showing that they are open to the challenge, willing to sort of rip up the rulebook.” “It will



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