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First Female Chief Executive Officer (04:40)


Duke Energy is the largest utility organization in the United States. Lynn Good discusses her parent's influence, professional mistakes, and the Enron collapse.

Good on Reinventing Herself (06:53)

Good discusses balancing career and family, the Dan River coal ash spill, and best advice received. Not everyone can work 100 hours a week. Effective leaders get the most out of the team they are responsible for.

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Lynn Good

Part of the Series : Leading Women: Series 2
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In a male-dominated field, Lynn Good stands out in more ways than one. She is the first female CEO of America's largest utility corporation, Duke Energy. She has been listed among the most powerful women in business. In this special conversation, Good opens up about a moment in her career that caused her to redefine herself and her priorities. She shares what she calls a professional heartbreak that led to one of the greatest opportunities in her personal life. She talks about leading through crisis, learning from mistakes, and what she thinks is the most important quality of a good leader. And, maybe just as important, what advice she has for those coming up behind her.

Length: 12 minutes

Item#: BVL187292

ISBN: 978-1-64623-196-6

Copyright date: ©2015

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