August 13, 2014
Using these new leadership competencies has resulted in improvements to sustainability practices, particularly in environmental management.
We identify our future leaders and work with them to develop their talent and to reach their full potential through leadership development programs.
In a number of instances, using these new leadership competencies has resulted in improvements to sustainability practices, particularly in environmental management.
For example, during his Action Learning Project, Craig Neal at our Highland Valley Copper Operations set out to implement a governance strategy for Process Alarm Management. This strategy was designed to increase production, safety and environmental compliance, and to reduce process equipment damage.
In another Action Learning Project, Paul Giles of our CESL Limited Research Centre worked on an initiative to assess the use of a cooling tower that would use water in a closed loop, ultimately reducing our water use.