Human energy is the most critical resource businesses have. But in today’s 24/7 environment, the constant pressure to perform means organizations are asking more of their employees than ever before. Alarming figures relating to stress-related diseases and mental health show how essential it has become to learn how to manage our personal energy.
Highly energized and resilient Employees have usually made conscious choices to invest in learning and implementing necessary skills to sustain and recover their energy levels effectively. Based on over 30 years of performance science, this training helps individuals to actively manage their own energy, become more resilient, and bring their best self to work every day.
After the training, participants can:
Johnson & Johnson reported a $60 million onboarding cost savings on 30.000 trained employees . A study of > 5000 employees showed a significant difference in performance, promotion and retention.
In the American Journal of Health Promotion , the 2.5 day HPI training reported proven improvements on:
 Alec Munc, PhD, Adam Myer, PhD (2016) Energy for Performance®: Evaluation of Course Impact with Johnson & Johnson Employees.
 Das, S.K.., Mason, S., Vail, T., et al. (2018). Effectiveness of an Energy Management Training Course on Employee Well-Being: A Randomized Controlled Trial. American Journal of Health Promotion7. https://doi.org/10.1177/0890117118776875
The virtual version of the Energy for Life course is now available in our online learning environment, covering the same topics as the live courses over a 2-month journey.
The virtual Energy for Life provides employees a safe and supportive environment that allows them to take a step back, process, reflect and make adjustments needed to sustain their energy. Especially helpful in the current COVID 19 pandemic!
“Energy Management training has been one of the best experiences I can remember. Thanks to my employer Johnson & Johnson, I had this great opportunity to meet Yvon and Mark, kicking off a significant improvement in my lifestyle.”
“Not just another course for work, a course for life !”