Fueling a Human Energy R/evolution

Welcome to The Energy Project

We're a next-generation consulting firm focused on fully fueling some of the world's most progressive and innovative companies. We integrate physiology, neurochemistry and psychology to address your most critical human performance challenges.


74% of employees are experiencing a personal energy crisis. We build energy and resilience across four dimensions — Physical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual — to deliver sustainable high performance and improved employee engagement.

source: a subset of The Energy Audit™ results, taken by more than 150,000 people globally


We fuel capacity by helping organizations see more and evolve their perspective in order to build a sustainable competitive advantage in a relentlessly changing business environment. This requires the steadfast courage to challenge cherished beliefs, fixed assumptions and persistent blind spots.


The Energy Project treats organizations as dynamic living systems. We work with individuals, leaders, and teams to help them solve their most intractable problems by employing our deceptively simple and scientifically-based tools and strategies.

Fully Fueled in 5 Steps

The greatest untapped resource in your organization is what's happening inside your people. How they feel powerfully predicts their level of agility, resilience, and openness to new ideas, as well as their focus, perseverance, and well-being. Using our 5-step Human Energy Methodology™, we help you build the capacity to drive sustainable growth in your business.

Human Energy Methodology

  1. Research

    Analyze evidence of performance challenges.
  2. Readiness

    Clarify envisioned state of sustainable high performance.
  3. Roadmap

    Chart the course to sustainable high performance.
  4. Rollout

    Deploy course of action, measuring impact early and often.
  5. Recalibrate

    Use evidence to modify course of action.

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“The Energy Project has played a role in helping the company think about what kind of culture we want to have and how we can incorporate performance concepts into that culture.”
– Albemarle