Carolinas Energy Executive Leaders

E4 Carolinas’ Executive Energy Leaders (CEELS) program is for Carolina energy executives newly in or aspiring to hold a senior leadership role and E4 Carolinas’ Emerging Leaders or Nuclear Energy Leaders graduates. In this program you will develop a personal sense of leading. Executive Energy graduates continue as members of the 400+ Carolina Leadership Energy Alumni.

Requirements – Applicants serve or aspire to serve as an energy company or organization executive or are an Emerging Leaders or Nuclear Energy Leaders graduate. Class size may be limited to a maximum of 20 participants.

Cost – Employees of E4 Carolinas member companies pay $3,900/person/year. Non-members pay $4,900/person/year. Meeting travel and lodging costs are the responsibility of the participant.

The Energy Executive Leaders program is a unique business-relevant, engaging and high-energy leadership development process, producing leaders who add significant value to their companies and organizations. Participants will have direct and relevant experience with leadership challenges facing today’s energy organizations.

An Energy Executive Leader will:

  • Learn to promote effective collaboration, higher team performance and greater trust;
  • Understand how to effectively utilize individual strengths to achieve a common goal;
  • Hear real lessons learned by noted energy industry executives; and
  • Think beyond “traditional boundaries”.

An Energy Executive Leader will make a difference by:

  • Unifying and improving organization decision-making;
  • Strengthening communication behaviors;
  • Integrating tasks & people;
  • Fostering creative & strategic thinking; and
  • Leading in an increasingly complex environment.

In a yearlong project Energy Executive Leaders teams will craft a design to satisfy future energy stakeholder needs which considers the region’s present and future energy requirements along with the interests of the region’s varied stakeholders and companies which now or will provide energy resources and services. Teams will meet or have conference calls between sessions and have “team project time” during sessions to work on their assigned policy area. Teams will present their energy solution at year end to a panel of energy industry executives.

Each meeting will generally follow the format below:

WED 8A – 2P Leadership Development
WED 2P – 3P Participant Updates
WED 3P – 4P Leadership Thinking
WED 4P – 6P Team Project Time
WED 6P – 8P CEO Dinner
THU 8A- 9:30A CEO Session #1
THU 9:30A – 10:30A Travel
THU 10:30A – Noon CEO Session #2
THU Noon – 1:00P Travel
THU 1:00P – 2:30P CEO Session #3 (w/Lunch)
THU 2:30P Conclusion

To enroll in the 2020 Executive Energy Leaders program please complete this Leadership Enrollment Package and submit it to by January 28, 2020 to guarantee your place in the 2020 class.

Once accepted in the 2020 CEEL program, you will be instructed on how you will receive all CEEL program meeting notices and information.