• Fueling a Human Energy R/evolution

  • Welcome to The Energy Project

  • The Way We Work Podcast

Posted in Leadership
by Laurie Coe

Sustaining Our Energy to Sustain Our Planet

Recently in a partnership between Leader’s Quest and The Energy Project, Annie Perrin (Partner, Leader’s Quest) and I facilitated a session with 60 of the top world leaders in climate change. These leaders were in the Bay Area for a...

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by Tony Schwartz

Episode Two: Become the CEO of Yourself with...

John Hope Bryant (@johnhopebryant) is the founder of Operation HOPE (@OperationHope), America’s first non-profit social investment banking organization immediately following the Rodney King Riots of 1992, in South Central Los Angeles.  Through his work, John has raised and directed more than $2.5 billion in capital...

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Posted in Awareness
by Tony Schwartz

Your Strengths Overused Are Liabilities

For years, when I spoke with CEOs or senior leaders, it was because they were interested in how my consulting firm could help their employees become more engaged, or innovative, or sustainably high-performing. During the past year – and especially...

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by Tony Schwartz

Episode One: Winning From Within with Erica Ariel...

Erica Ariel Fox (@ericaarielfox), the founder Mobius Executive Leadership, joins me this month. Fox is a New York Times bestselling author of “Winning from Within” and works with C-Suite executives to connect traditional wisdom to the modern workplace. She is a...

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by Tony Schwartz

Welcome to The Way We Work

Get ready to revolutionize the way you work and live. Learn how to be healthier, happier, more focused, and more productive than ever before. In “The Way We Work,” we explore groundbreaking insights from neuroscience, physiology, psychology, and perennial philosophy...

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Posted in Awareness
by Tony Schwartz

Addicted to Distraction

One evening early this summer, I opened a book and found myself reading the same paragraph over and over, a half dozen times before concluding that it was hopeless to continue. I simply couldn’t marshal the necessary focus. I was...

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What's Your Capacity Gap?

  • Fatigue

    Only 56% of employees feel physically energized at work.*

    Organizations are becoming more aware of the high cost of fatigue on employee focus, creativity, and performance.

    *May 2016, The Energy Audit for Working America, The Energy Project & Zogby Analytics (n=1,100)

  • Fear

    58% of CEOs are concerned about lack of trust as a threat to the growth and success of their organizations.**

    Fear prompts people to narrowly focus on defending their value at the expense of creating value for their organizations.

    **PricewaterhouseCoopers. "20th CEO Survey - PwC Global." PwC. (n=1,379)

  • Distraction

    Nearly 50% of employees find their meetings unfocused and inefficient.*

    Absorbed focus is more difficult than ever. Distraction undermines performance and creative thinking.

    *May 2016, The Energy Audit for Working America, The Energy Project & Zogby Analytics (n=1,100)

  • Disengagement

    Only 34% of employees feel a strong connection to their company's mission.*

    The result is low energy, inattention to detail and quality, lack of commitment, and high turnover.

    *May 2016, The Energy Audit for Working America, The Energy Project & Zogby Analytics (n=1,100)

Who We Are and What We Do

We are a boutique consulting firm committed to fully fueling the world’s most forward-thinking companies. We teach people to more skillfully manage their energy to unlock their vast untapped resources by integrating insights from physiology, neuroscience, and psychology. We help leaders to become Chief Energy Officers. And finally, we work with organizations to continuously evolve their perspective and challenge their assumptions so they can solve increasingly complex problems.

Energize

Energize your people across four dimensions of energy - physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual - to fuel more capacity for innovation, increased engagement, and more sustainable high performance.

Evolve

Evolve and expand your organizational capacity by designing human-centered workplace policies and practices that drive sustainable growth and well-being.

Solve

Solve your critical human performance challenges by addressing energy deficits and blocks at the individual, team, leader, and enterprise level.

The Science of High Performance

Our early inspiration came from work with professional athletes, who were struggling with performance challenges that defied technical solutions. Almost invariably, their problems took the form of insufficient capacity in at least one of four energy dimensions: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual (the energy of purpose).

The Energy Project’s work draws deeply on neuroscience, physiology, psychology, and perennial philosophy to provide a uniquely integrated method for addressing human performance challenges. In simple terms, we help people and organizations spend more time in the “Performance Zone™” – drawing on the best of themselves – and less in the “Survival Zone™” – to which we default in the face of fear and fatigue.

Step 1
Explore

Step 2
Envision

Step 3
Energize

Step 4
Evaluate

Human Energy Methodology

Using our 4-step methodology, we map the energy system of your organization and lead you through a process of transformation to build more capacity, well-being, and drive sustainable business growth.

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Human Energy Methodology

  • Using our 4-step methodology, we map the energy system of your organization and lead you through a process of transformation to build more capacity, well-being, and drive sustainable business growth.

  • Step 1
    Explore

    Understand and map your current performance challenges and opportunities using quantitative and qualitative diagnostic tools.

    Deliverable:
    Organizational Energy Assessment

  • Step 2
    Envision

    Create the vision for a fully fueled organization and build the roadmap to get you there with a series of energy interventions.

    Deliverable:
    Organizational Energy Roadmap

  • Step 3
    Energize

    Rollout interventions to the organization with regular diagnostics to track individual, team, and organizational progress.

    Deliverables:
    Organizational Energy Interventions and Ongoing Measurement

  • Step 4
    Evaluate

    Study the results to understand the impact and inform new interventions and programs.

    Deliverable:
    Organizational Energy Impact Report and Next Steps

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