Create more value and success through programs produced by E4 Carolinas’ Workforce Development Task Force which include the Leadership Energy CarolinasEmerging Leaders and Graduate Energy Leaders leadership development programs, the Carolinas Energy Leadership Alumni Network for program graduates and the Carolinas Energy HR Professionals Forum.


Leadership Programs

Since 2009, E4 Carolinas has produced leadership programs for energy managers and executives. These have come to be recognized as a superior means of developing leaders.  Organizations such as AECOM, AREVA, Duke Energy, the Electric Power Research Institute, Fluor, SCANA, Siemens, Savannah River National Lab and Westinghouse have graduated ten or more managers and executives from E4 Carolinas leadership programs; a strong endorsement for the quality and value of our programs.

Registration is open for E4 Carolinas’ three 2018 leadership development programs:

Participants visit with industry executives and tour energy infrastructure and construction to broaden their energy industry knowledge. E4 Carolinas collaborates with leadership development partner, LeadAdvantage, to develop participant’s personal leadership skills through a program unique in the industry. Participants develop a professional network among themselves and the 300+ alumni in the Carolinas Energy Leadership Alumni Network.

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Carolina Leadership Energy Alumni Network (CLEAN)

Participants are invited to periodic meetings, the annual Leadership Graduation Event and seminars when the Emerging LeadersLeadership Energy Carolinas or Graduate Energy Leaders programs meet in their area. The CLEAN Member site facilitates connection with other CLEAN Members through the contact directory, informs of events on the CLEAN Calendar and contains valuable reports, articles, data and website on the Network Knowledge Repository.

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Carolinas Energy HR Professionals Forum

The Forum helps energy HR professionals create more value and success by increasing their and their team’s knowledge, skill and relationships. The Network Member site facilitates connection with other Network Members through the contact directory, informs of events on the Network Member Calendar and contains valuable reports, articles, data and website on the Network Knowledge Repository.

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Johan Enslin

Co-chair and Director
UNC Charlotte EPIC
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Mark Pringle
Co-chair

Contact one of our Task Force Co-chair to join the Workforce Development Task Force to create opportunities with other E4 Carolinas members. The Task Force meets quarterly on the third Thursday of the second, fifth, eighth and eleventh months.