This post originally appeared as the first in a series of 3 guest articles on Luc Galoppin’s blog.
Human energy is the currency of change. Mental, emotional, and physical energy are required to shift minds, hearts, and bodies into new patterns. Resilience—thriving in the midst of turbulence—ultimately comes down to how people use their energy when they encounter disruption.
In this series I’m going to take this basic premise and look at it from three different directions: What can individuals do to manage their own energy effectively during change? What can leaders do to create an environment that supports resilience? What can change agents do to execute initiatives in a way that optimizes resilience? So here we go with Part 1. [Read more…]