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    Energy Central's Utility Analytics Week Keynote Speaker, Lt. General Russel Honoré, Addresses the "New Normal" in Leadership and Preparedness @ Utility Analytics Week, New Orleans. #UAWeek15

    October 7, 2015 - Aurora, CO, October 5, 2015


      Energy Central, the largest global power industry community, announced that Lt. General Russel Honoré, USA (Ret.), who took charge of military relief efforts in Hurricane Katrina-battered New Orleans in 2005, will be a keynote speaker at the upcoming Utility Analytics Week event in New Orleans, October 28-30, 2015.

      General Honoré Keynote: Lessons Learned from Katrina and Beyond            

      Based on his personal experiences in Katrina and the military, General Honoré shares bold leadership strategies and insights into preparedness which are appropriate for this post-Katrina world.

      Gen. Honoré has translated his no-nonsense leadership approach to businesses and organizations to help them better identify and prepare for the challenges of the future. With an emphasis on the importance of innovation, risk assessment and social entrepreneurship, he provides valuable insight and strategies for the public and private sector to solve a broad array of issues—from jobs and energy to healthcare and technology. He also reveals leadership tactics that optimize efficiency and effectiveness of operations for all sectors and outlines the importance of developing the next generation of problem-solvers. 

      Creating a Culture of Preparedness                                                                                    

      Gen. Honoré’s valuable insight is based on decades of experience directing military operations. In his recent book, Leadership in the New Normal, he extends rare perspective on our current state of the “New Normal,” where all stakeholders have a role in creating a “Culture of Preparedness,” to safeguard our economy and natural resources.

      A senior scientist with The Gallup Organization, he is also an adjunct professor at Emory University, an independent director of Crawford & Company, and serves as chairman of the board for La Bicentennial Commission, and as a member on the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation board.

      Register Today for Utility Analytics Week                                                                              

      Join General Honoré and your colleagues by registering for Utility Analytics Week. Solution providers interested in exhibiting at the conference can email or call (800) 459-2233.

      About Energy Central Energy Central was founded in 1996 to satisfy the global power industry's need for a reliable, trusted information hub where executives and field representatives alike could share ideas and discuss concepts that could alter the future of electric energy. Energy Central provides groundbreaking research, insightful reports and analytics, advisory services, and original, thought-provoking commentary in print, online and events on energy-driven topics, such as utility business, smart grid, renewable energy, energy storage, transmission and distribution, generation and utility analytics. Visit


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