"My power principle is to treat everyone exactly the same as I would want my children to be treated."
Some people cringe when they hear the following two words: Science Fair. It conjures up memories of spending hours researching, writing and creating the "perfect project board," either for themselves or their children. However, Resource Planning and Market Operations Lead Account Service Manager Kelly Carson loves it.
Entergy has been recognized by Black Enterprise Magazine as one of its 2017 50 Best Companies for Diversity for the fourth consecutive year.
It’s been said that coaching is the universal language of change and learning. That philosophy, along with a commitment to continuously improve safety performance, drove the decision to add a group of experienced and dedicated super coaches to Entergy’s utility safety team.
"Coaching is caring, and I care about everyone. If I see something that does not look right or safe, I question it and often suggest a safer way to perform the task."
Palmer began his career at the company in 2001 at the System Operations Center in Pine Bluff. From there, he’s held various engineering positions, as well as supervised meter services personnel, servicemen, and linemen in Little Rock.
Entergy New Orleans’ Sean Walsh was on his way to a job on Dec. 5 when he noticed a motorist pulled over on Highway 90 with a flat tire. What he did next will sound familiar, he said, because performing acts of kindness for others is part of the daily routine at Entergy.
The annual survey rates U.S. corporations on their nondiscrimination policies on sexual orientation and gender identity and serves as the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.
Johnny's power principle is a good reflection of the leadership practices of Role Clarity and Engaged Leadership and the employee practice of Safety-Driven.