Make sure you have enough fuel in your tank to get you where you want to go. The conscious and informed allocation of your energy at work is the key to managing stress, avoiding burnout, increasing your job satisfaction, and maximizing the likelihood that you will be “fully engaged.” As a participant in this workshop, you will:
- Identify the role that human energy plays in organizations
- Assess your own energy level and determine the source(s) of energy Gain and Drain
- Determine the impact of key work relationships on your energy and assess the influence of personal preferences on those relationships
- Identify the degree of alignment between personal and organizational goals and its impact on your energy
- Develop a plan to capitalize on sources of energy Gain and reduce the adverse effects of any sources of energy Drain
- Assess and develop, if necessary, your Will to Succeed at implementing your Energy Management Plan
Managing Your Energy at Work – Workshop Content
This workshop is designed to be conducted in three-to-four hour Modules. Although these Modules can be conducted consecutively, with no break between them, it is advisable to consider conducting them at one- or two-week intervals. This will give participants time to complete exercises in preparation for the next Module.
Module 1 – The Role of Fit, Support, and Vision Alignment
You will be introduced to three of the four Key Factors that affect your energy and explore and identify sources of energy in your work life. You will receive their individual JPEA™ results and learn how to use them as a guide for developing a plan to capitalize on sources of energy Gain and manage the adverse effects of any sources of energy Drain.
Module 2 – The Role of Relationships
The fourth Key Factor that affects energy is the quality of relationships with others at work. You will analyze the concept of Partnerships, the foundation on which individual and organizational success must be built. You will use their awareness of your personal preferences to enhance the skills you need to improve the quality of your relationships. Finally, you will acquire tools and techniques that will help you develop and implement an Energy Management Plan, and in the process, learn how to get started and stay the course.