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December 24, 2012
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News about the nuclear technologies industry

  News Roundup 
  • SRNS hosts forum on nuclear energy development
    Savannah River Nuclear Solutions recently hosted a nuclear-energy development forum in South Carolina aimed at educating prospective industry leaders about the benefits of the Savannah River Site. Hosting the Leadership Energy Carolinas class of the Carolinas' Nuclear Cluster "provides us an opportunity to educate our nuclear neighbors on the vast capabilities and incredible knowledge SRS has to offer our region and the nation," said Fred Dohse, executive vice president and chief operations officer at SRNS. "We hope these types of opportunities will strengthen our network of advocates and plant the seed for future partnerships." Aiken Standard (S.C.) (12/22) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Supporters defend proposed uranium mining project in Va.
    Concerns about the potential environmental effects of uranium mining in Virginia are overstated, mine supporters say, adding that modern mining technologies will ensure that water supplies are protected. Virginia's uranium would generate jobs and the necessary fuel for U.S. nuclear plants, said Virginia state Sen. John Watkins. "Uranium mining is done safely around the world, and Virginia is capable of mining it safely, too," he said. McClatchy Washington Bureau (12/23) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • NRC panel dismisses petition related to Calif. plant's license
    A citizen group's petition to conduct a hearing on Southern California Edison's plan to change license requirements for its San Onofre nuclear plant in California was rejected by the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board. The petition didn't meet the legal threshold for such a hearing, the board said. SCE's request seeks to match the technical specifications in the plant's operating license to NRC staff-approved standardized technical conditions, the agency said. SNL Financial (free content) (12/21) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Management & Leadership 
  • End-of-year feedback? You're doing it wrong
    Bosses who hold year-end reviews for their workers are approaching feedback in the wrong way, writes Denis Wilson. Feedback should be a continuous process of praise and gradual course-correction, not a once-a-year blowout event. "Dropping bombs on employees once or twice a year only serves to build up pressure and make feedback sessions feel like indictments," Wilson writes. Fast Company online (12/20) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • How to coach people like a carpenter
    Coaching your workers should be something you do on a daily basis, and integrate into all your leadership activities, writes Mary Jo Asmus. "Like a carpenter who knows exactly what tool to use for each situation, your coaching can become one of the tools you call upon when needed," Asmus writes. SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership (12/19) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Editor's Note 
  • SmartBrief will not publish Tuesday
    In observance of Christmas, SmartBrief will not publish Tuesday. Publication will resume Wednesday. Enjoy the holiday! LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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--William Blake,
British poet and painter


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