The panel session ‘Global Energy Challenges: Focus on Talent’ will be held on 4 October with the support of Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation. The session will feature State Secretary and Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Anastasiya Bondarenko, HR Director of Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation Tatyana Terentyeva, General Director of the Association of Electric Energy Employers Arkadiy Zamoskovny, and other experts in developing talent in the Russian energy sector. Panellists will discuss the unique challenges of developing, attracting, and retaining highly effective experts in the energy sector.
The discussion will focus on attracting talented specialists – the key competitive advantage in the economy of the future – to the energy sector. The technological shifts taking place around the world entail fundamental changes in the global labour market. Approaches to labour-management and the nature of companies’ organizational models are evolving. Globally, HR management is focused on training, attracting, and retaining highly effective experts. Today, talent is the key competitive advantage in the high-tech, diversified, and creative economy of the future. The global demand for talent is set to intensify. The values of lifelong education and personal growth have already made their way into numerous elaborations of national strategic priorities, including Russia’s. Given the crucial role of the energy system in the Russian economy, it is vital to focus on effective tools that can help attract the best talent, provide them with incentives, and develop their skills.
“Nuclear energy, as the most promising of the energy sectors, requires not just highly trained professionals, but talented specialists that can see the big picture, analyze data, and make forecasts about the industry’s development 20 to 30 years into the future,” said HR Director of Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation Tatyana Terentyeva.