Change with impact

Personal engagement

Less than 1 out of 5 employees is fully engaged at work

One of the real and still hidden resources of your organisation is the level of energy and engagement that people gain and provide – both at work and in their private life. The key is understanding how effective personal energy management will help us achieve higher performance and life quality.

Personal engagement

Research has shown a close link between engagement and sustainable high performance, health and general work and life quality. Nuanced understanding of what increases and drains human energy, respectively, makes individuals able to prioritise and invest in what supports engagement and, thereby, increases individual and organisational capacity for performance and change.

The framework we use is based on the work of Implement Consulting Group and the Human Performance Institute in the US. Focus is on how to learn to be fully engaged and access our best performance when needed. We do this through four main principles for high engagement:

  1. Energy management
  2. Engagement and recovery
  3. Building human capacity
  4. Creating true change through change of habits

Only 15 to 20 percent of people say that they are fully engaged at work - leaving a huge potential.



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