Finding talent to meed the demands of this industry
The need for infrastructure is influence by a range of factors, but there are some consistent drivers for activity in this sector – like the growing demand for water, energy, transportation, waste management and communications. As the world’s population grows (and pressure on existing infrastructure grows accordingly), this sector will continue to experience challenges in meeting the needs of communities around the world.
We know this sector, and the many challenges it faces. We understand the type of talent it takes to meet the demands on this industry, and make a difference.
Infrastructure has long been a priority sector for funding, and in 2021 infrastructure projects continue to attract unprecedented levels of investment to support global economic recovery. This surge in activity will create recruitment challenges, but it will also help many businesses to grow, and will create new leadership opportunities too.
We know this sector, and the many challenges it faces. We understand the type of talent it takes to meet the demands on this industry, and make a difference. For close to 35 years Gerard Daniels has worked with leading infrastructure sector organisations, guiding them through board and executive leadership appointments; board composition and diversity; board and executive performance assessments; leadership succession planning and more.
Infrastructure will always have a need for exceptional leaders, but in 2021 there is a unique opportunity for savvy and experienced infrastructure sector leaders to foster innovation, to really effect change and to drive significant sector performance and growth.
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