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  • 1. THE CORPORATE ATHLETE® TECHNOLOGY FOR CULTURE CHANGE
  • 2. Presentation Overview The Human Energy Crisis Energy is the Most Critical Resource The Corporate Athlete Course
  • 3. ORGANIZATIONS ARE FACING A HUMAN ENERGY CRISIS
  • 4. THE HUMAN ENERGY CRISIS… suboptimal performance disengagement lower productivity relationship conflicts poor health compromised leadership
  • 5. Energy is the most critical resource we have, but most of us fail to manage it effectively.
  • 6. “Your first and foremost job as a leader is to take charge of your own energy, and then to help orchestrate the energy of those around you.” Peter Drucker, World Renowned Business Strategist
  • 7. The Critical Role of Engagement • Disengaged workforces decrease operating income 33% and earnings per share by 11% 1 • Disengaged employees cost U.S. business $300 billion every year in absenteeism, lower productivity, staff turnover, errors and accidents 2 SOURCES CITED: 1 Towers Watson‟s Workforce Effectiveness Study 2009 2 Stress in the Workplace: a Costly Epidemic, Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • 8. A December 2009 Engagement Survey Among Current Clients Revealed: • 54% of senior executives are disengaged 1 • 65% of employees are disengaged, and don‟t give their best effort 1 • 21 % of employees are toxic, sabotaging their employer 1 SOURCE: 1 Human Performance Institute National Survey of 358 senior executives across 190 organizations (respondents predominately Fortune 2000 – with over 1/3rd from Fortune 500). December 2009 – February 2010
  • 9. A December 2009 Engagement Survey Among Current Clients Revealed: • Engaged workforces increase operating income 19% and earnings per share by 28% 1 • Employees believe the payoff for a corporate engagement program is: 2 – Improved performance (78%) – Increased job satisfaction (72.6%) – Improved work/life balance (68.2%) – Provide for better overall health (66.4%) SOURCES CITED: 1 Towers Watson‟s Workforce Effectiveness Study 2009 2 Human Performance Institute National Survey of 358 senior executives across 190 organizations (respondents predominately Fortune 2000 – with over 1/3rd from Fortune 500). December 2009 – February 2010
  • 10. A December 2009 Resiliency Survey Among Current Clients Revealed: • Respondents reported that increased work demands, workforce reduction and budget cuts provide the greatest challenges to their staff‟s resiliency and/or engagement. 1 • 62% of the respondents reported that „burnout‟ (emotional & physical exhaustion) affected them or the organization more in the past year; 57% reported it was „low morale‟. 1 • 78% are concerned about their people‟s capacity to manage the work demands in the coming year (with energy and focus). 1 SOURCE: 1 Human Performance Institute National Survey of 358 senior executives across 190 organizations (respondents predominately Fortune 2000 – with over 1/3rd from Fortune 500). December 2009 – February 2010
  • 11. A December 2009 Resiliency Survey Among Current Clients Revealed: • 99% believe that employee energy reserves (physical, emotional and mental) are either significant or critical to achieving high performance 1 • 87% believe that senior leadership plays a significant or critical role in fostering individual employee resiliency 1 • 80% believe that increased resiliency would provide the greatest value to „improved performance‟ to the organization, 75% believe it is „improved productivity‟, and 75% to „overall health‟ 1 SOURCE: 1 Human Performance Institute National Survey of 358 senior executives across 190 organizations (respondents predominately Fortune 2000 – with over 1/3rd from Fortune 500). December 2009 – February 2010
  • 12. THE CORPORATE ATHLETE PROGRAM
  • 13. Unlike most training programs, we train from the INSIDE OUT “The world outside is getting more brutal every day. We focus on expanding personal energy from the inside to confront it.” Jim Loehr, Co-Founder Human Performance Institute
  • 14. Demands on our energy are exceeding our current capacity
  • 15. A proven new way of training: ENERGY MANAGEMENT
  • 16. EXPANDING ENERGY CAPACITY
  • 17. High impact, science-based, multi-disciplinary approach to sustained high performance Performance Psychology Exercise Nutrition Physiology
  • 18. Energy Management Drives FULL ENGAGEMENT PERSONAL BUSINESS Ultimate Mission, Alignment, Integrity Commitment SPIRITUAL Positive Private Voice Strategic Focus, Judgment, New Story MENTAL Mastery, Agility Innovation, Collaboration, Opportunistic Emotions Presence & Resilience EMOTIONAL Stress-Recovery Cycle Stamina, Vitality & Eat/Sleep/Exercise Alertness PHYSICAL
  • 19. ORGANIZATIONAL BENEFITS Performance and Engagement Initiatives - Research has clearly confirmed the link between employee engagement and productivity. Health and Wellness - Corporate Athlete training offers a unique approach to linking health and wellness initiatives to productivity and high performance imperatives. Great Place To Work Initiatives - Recruiting and retaining key talent is always a strategic imperative; the Human Performance Institute helps clients further Great Place to Work and Employer of Choice initiatives.
  • 20. PERSONAL BENEFITS • Learn how to maximize performance, increase productivity and become more resilient in all aspects of your business and personal life. • Acquire the comprehensive energy management skills required to make energy investments in any area of life that really matters. • Understand how to develop greater resilience and flexibility in the face of non-stop stress.
  • 21. PERSONAL BENEFITS •Explore how to effectively expand energy capacity in order to improve productivity. •Discover how to tap into a deep reservoir of energy and purpose to turn that increased energy into increased effectiveness. • Enhance personal and organizational engagement.
  • 22. Leadership Success Story: When asked about his „Secrets to Greatness- How I Work‟ in Fortune, AG. Lafley responded… “I‟ve learned how to manage my energy. I used to just focus on managing my time… I learned this in a program called The Corporate Athlete…” A.G. Lafley Former Chairman, President, and CEO, Procter & Gamble Interviewed by Patricia Sellers http://money.cnn.com/popups/2006/fortune/how_i_work/frameset.8.exclude.html
  • 23. PROVEN RESULTS: After participating in the Corporate Athlete Course*: 77% successfully implemented permanent changes in their behavior 65% are more engaged in taking care of their health 62% are more engaged with their family 61% are more likely to take positive action to make changes in their lives 57% are more productive at work * Self-reported data provided by Performance Programs Inc. who measured program participants in two studies from 2006-2008.
  • 24. 72% increased energy 68% increased stress tolerance 82% increased passion 65% increased ability to focus 74% reduced negative thinking 63% reduced anxiety 74% improved communication skills 58% improved time management 72% increased trust 44% improved life balance GSK‟s Level 3- Application of Skills Summary, 2007
  • 25. 98% would recommend the Corporate Athlete course 76% increased mental capacity 75% increased emotional energy 75% increased ability to bounce back from frustration 79% improved physical capacity 70% improved alignment between energy investment and deepest values H-E-B Survey Data, 2008
  • 26. Executive summary • Managing energy, not time, is the key to extraordinary results • Energy is the most important resource we have as human beings • The Human Performance Institute developed the Corporate Athlete Course based on its multi-disciplinary energy management technology • The Corporate Athlete Course positively impacts organizational initiatives: ‒ Performance & Engagement ‒ Resiliency ‒ Health & Wellness ‒ Great Place To Work
  • 27. Executive summary • Participants will learn how to expand their capacity and develop performance rituals in all areas - physical, emotional, and mental • Participants will develop a strategic energy management action plan and learn how to train like a Corporate Athlete • Designed to help individuals and organizations manage and expand energy to create and sustain high performance on the job and good balance and health in life • The technology of managing energy is measurement-based and grounded in the sciences of performance psychology, exercise physiology, and nutrition
  • 28. A CEO’s Guide to Reenergizing the Senior Team In the September 2009 issue of McKinsey Quarterly, Derek Dean reported: • “CEOs need to be able to rely on their best leaders to adapt quickly… The costs – organizational drift, missed opportunities, unaddressed threats.” • “Ironically, leaders with the strongest track records are often more susceptible to fear during tumultuous periods because they have less experience facing adversity than their colleagues with more checkered pasts do.” • “Fear, denial, and the need to learn aren‟t new challenges, but more senior executives are falling prey to them in today‟s shockingly tough and fast- changing environment.”
  • 29. With training, you can learn to manage and expand your energy capacity for greater and sustained performance, engagement and health.
  • 30. Lessons learned from our work with elite performers: • Manage energy rather than time • Seek stress rather than avoiding it • Balance episodes of stress with strategic recovery vs. chronic stress exposure • Train holistically, not one dimensionally (i.e. physical or mental)
  • 31. The Corporate Athlete Program Customizable Scalable Measurable Sustainable Proven
  • 32. Corporate Athlete Clients Allstate Janus Capital Cardinal Health Kimberly Clark CVS/Caremark Nike Danone Novartis Dell PepsiCo FedEx Procter & Gamble GE Aviation Qualcomm Gillette Siemens GlaxoSmithKline Smith Barney HEB Sodexho Hershey US Trust
  • 33. TRANSFORM EVERYONE IN YOUR ORGANIZATION INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP