The intensifying shift from fossil-fuel based energy solutions, towards more sustainable alternatives is currently reshaping the dynamics of the Energy and Infrastructure industry
The entire value chain is transforming – from infrastructure investments and development, over producers and markets, to distribution and consumption.
Capital is pouring into green tech, sustainable production and the further expansion of grids and other infrastructure to effectively handle the electrification of homes and transportation.
Throughout the industry, leaders must make their organizations more agile and innovative to adapt to rapid changes in technology, regulations, and public opinion. Navigating a landscape of changing sentiments, while making long term investments, calls for strong and visionary leadership; Leaders who can move with the accelerating pace of change and who are agile enough to take advantage of new opportunities while maintaining a long-term strategic focus.
Amrop understands the Energy and Infrastructure business and has deep insight throughout the value chain. This enables us to identify top candidates who fit each client’s unique culture, structure, strategic objectives, and business requirements.
We work with industry leaders and have the network to ensure both the right talent and experience to drive development. Boards and Executives rely on our industry experts to understand the trends and support the leadership agenda, both in terms of attracting new talent and developing the existing leadership team.
We can assist you in designing a compelling employee value proposition to attract and retain highly skilled executives with the leadership qualities and resilience needed to lead your company in new growth areas.
C-Suite Strategies & Insights
The Paris Agreement brought the imperative for the energy transition to a head. Following the first tentative steps by governments and companies, we are now on the eve of a largescale movement.
New Adventurous Leadership
The coronavirus crisis has brought us closer to ‘Business Modernism’, showing us that organizations need a new breed of adventurous leader who can develop a new interface between people and technology