Recently I attended a workshop on energy leadership, which is the brain child of Bruce Schneider, president of IPEC, who describes the need for energy leadership as follows:
‘We all experience changes in needs, expectations, the environment, relationships, careers, economics, business, time demands, and more. There is no one formula that will allow us to effectively manage change, and even less information about how not only to survive, but thrive, in the face of change.
Change affects us everywhere and in everything we live for. Today, the security we seek from the various aspects of our lives is no longer guaranteed on any level. Whether you’d like to protect your relationship, the investment you made in your key employee, your financial status, or your family, you’ve worked hard to be where you are today, and you desire and deserve to know that all of your personal and professional efforts are secure’.
The workshop participants were trained to work with certain tools, such as Energy Assessment, and techniques to help our clients develop better understanding of where they are on their journey to change. I am excited about using those tools in working with my clients.