Michael Frisbie is a Director, Client Development for The Energy Project. He has collaborated with organizations like Bristol Myers-Squibb, Fidelity Investments, and Gilead to help clients increase engagement and decrease turnover.
In addition to partnering with his clients for continued and sustained success, Michael is actively involved in The Energy Project’s research and development. He has taken a particular interest in the fields of social psychology and human error reduction.
Before joining The Energy Project, Michael was the VP of Business Development for an eLearning start-up that delivers health and nutrition classes to businesses and individuals across the nation. He has also produced and sold content for an international media conglomerate, whose audience comprised of influential investors and institutions, mostly in the European Union.
Michael travels, cooks, reads, plays basketball, hikes, and writes and records music in his spare time. He lives in New York City with his wife.
The first and most selfish reason is because TEP has made me a better person. I’ve learned more much about myself than I had dreamed possible. And it’s profoundly benefitted me both professionally and personally. The second reason is because I know we can be better as working professionals, as a society, as human beings. We owe it to ourselves to make this leap, and I believe I need to help us get there. The third is easy: the people I work with. I’ve never been surrounded by a more passionate, talented, and diverse group of human beings.