More than 100 studies have now demonstrated the correlation between employee engagement and business performance.
This is one of the key concepts behind The Energy Project, which proposes that human beings are designed to “pulse,” and are most productive when they move between activities throughout the day.
The project’s founder Tony Schwartz teaches employers and employees ways to change up activity in intervals, targeting fluid movement between each of man’s four energy needs:
- sustainability (physical),
- security (emotional),
- self-expression (mental), and
- significance (spiritual).
With everyone in pulse, the thinking goes, everyone will make waves.