Recently, the Denver Business Journal announced the 2015 "Top Women in
Energy" – recognizing 40 women who are key influencers
in the Denver energy sector. I am so very grateful to be recognized
as one of the 40 honorees; to be included on this short list of
women charging ahead in the energy arena is one of the greatest
achievements of my career thus far.
There is no question that women are immerging in the energy
industry as leaders. In fact, just over a month ago, I commented on the buzz in Denver surrounding
Vicki A. Hollub's promotion to Senior Executive Vice President
of Occidental Petroleum, Corp. and President of Oxy Oil and
Lynn Good credits two major detours in her career with
defining her leadership skills – accounting firm Arthur
Anderson's involvement with Enron and the Dan River coal-ash
spill. "When you are in a situation or a crisis, you need to
define, what is the unique role that I can play?" she said.
Good says it is important to remember
"leadership is a journey — you never arrive" and
Good advises us all that the most important thing she has learned
is "the importance of clarity and the importance of
Lynn Good is a true leader and an astounding
woman in energy. You can watch the highlights of the KPMG
Women's Leadership Summit here.
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