Leadership development

Development of leaders at all management levels is one of the priorities of the nuclear industry's personnel policy

A key area of development of Rosatom's leaders is the training of the personnel reserve, which has been conducted in the industry since 2013. The Academy has developed five programs for the development of the personnel reserve for employees who have a wide variety of managerial experience and professional qualifications: from the level of top managers to young professionals recently employed in the industry. This is not just the training of successors for positions, but a whole system of reproduction of human resources aimed at developing leadership and managerial competencies necessary to solve the priority business tasks of the industry.

Rosatom's personnel reserve development programs are comprehensive programs that include training, mentoring, project work, internships, and rotations.

Levels of leadership development programs

Levels of leadership development programs

Today, the personnel reserve consists of more than 3,600 employees in the industry. According to the results of 2018, the share of appointments from the personnel reserve in Rosatom State Corporation is 63.64% for vacant positions of the top and senior management level (TOP 30 and TOP 1000 industry managers).

Mentoring program

The training of managers includes the practice of mentoring: at present, 1461 mentor-mentee pairs have been created, more than 900 mentors work in the industry, 13 of which are Top 30 managers. At the same time, top managers personally supervise and accept the results of reservist projects.

Leadership development program structure

Before entering the training, all candidates in the personnel reserve are evaluated for managerial potential. All development programs have an united concept, but differ in the set of training modules, types of design work and areas of internships.

A special feature of the personnel reserve development programs is their practical orientation: a prerequisite for choosing a project is compliance with Rosatom's strategic goals and focus on improving efficiency. Thus, as part of the Academy's development programs, Rosatom's development projects are being implemented.

Leadership development