Energy management technology is measurement-based and grounded in the sciences of performance psychology, exercise physiology, and nutrition

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The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute was co-founded in 1992 by renowned performance psychologist Dr. Jim Loehr, author of 15 books including the national bestseller, The Power of Full Engagement, which he co-authored, and most recently, The Only Way to Win, and Dr. Jack Groppel, internationally recognized authority on human performance, fitness, and nutrition, and author of The Corporate Athlete.

The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute is the pioneer in training business leaders to achieve sustained high performance by expanding and managing their energy. Energy is the most critical resource we have, but in today’s 24-7 connected world, we are facing a human energy crisis. This energy crisis shows up as persistent fatigue, suboptimal performance, disengagement, and chronic burnout.

The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute’s science-based, multidisciplinary training is the result of over 30 years of proprietary research and working with elite performers in high stress arenas including Olympic gold medalists, elite professional athletes, military Special Forces, Hostage Rescue teams, surgeons, and Fortune 500 CEOs.

The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute’s energy management technology is measurement-based and grounded in the sciences of performance psychology, exercise physiology, and nutrition. By training to expand and manage energy levels, individuals can create sustainable behavior change to help bring their highest potential to their work and life. Fostering a high-performance work culture through energy management can be a distinct competitive advantage for an organization.

Remarkable Results

The sampling of results below are based on self-reported data provided by Performance Programs, Inc. which measured the responses of program participants from 2006–2008 (599 participants; 201 participants at six months follow-up). Statistics reflect percentage of survey respondents.

  • 74% Report they are more engaged with life
  • 69% Report they are more engaged in taking care of their health
  • 71% Report successful management of their mental energy after taking the course
  • 68% Report successful management of their physical energy after taking the course
  • 56% Report they are more productive at work
  • 51% Report they are more resilient

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