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Howard Ungerleider, CFO of Dow, asserts that today's CFO needs leadership, problem-solving, courage, curiosity, and accountability skills to deliver value for all stakeholders in the organization.

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Energy companies are balancing rapid transformation while navigating the impact of this shift on leaders and their teams. To remain relevant and innovative, energy companies must embrace a culture of agility, collaboration and innovation while attracting and retaining top talent. Below, we share six key takeaways from Egon Zehnder's 9th Annual Energy CEO & Board Leaders Breakfast, which focused on transformation and how it impacts recruitment, retention and executive development, as well as the culture of companies. 

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