Energy Leadership Development System

Beyond emotional intelligence

Energy Leadership is as important as financial acumen in business. This research-backed system transformation, utilized by companies such as Boeing, IKEA, and the United States Coast Guard, as well as tens of thousands of individuals, allows “everyday leaders” from all walks of life to harness and measure energy to achieve success in the workplace, the home, and in the world at large.

Transform your approach to work and life

The Energy Leadership™ Index (ELI) assessment is the proprietary, research-backed assessment tool that takes something abstract, like the way a person views the world, and turns it into something tangible—a metric that you can see and feel and even reevaluate in the future. This is NOT a personality test. The ELI is an attitudinal assessment tool that captures how an individual currently perceives and approaches work and life. With the awareness and insights gained through the assessment debrief, clients have the opportunity to reshape their attitudes and worldview.

What is Energy Leadership?

Energy Leadership™ is the process that develops a personally effective style of leadership that positively influences and changes not only yourself but also those with whom you work and interact, as well as your organization as a whole.

The Energetic Self-Perception Chart takes something as intangible as “perception” and makes it concrete. The way we see the world is based on our perceptions and level of consciousness.

This model describes the seven levels of energy being one at the core and seven at the top.

Levels 1 and 2 are catabolic and associated with high levels of judgment, fear, and stress.

Levels 3-7 are anabolic. The less stress you bring to a situation, the higher you are on the scale.

Think of it as a continuum where Level 1 is the lowest level of consciousness, and Level 7 is the highest level of consciousness.

There are three pillars listed- core thought, core emotion, and action or result. Every emotion and thought you experience can be associated with one of these levels, as can the behaviors connected to those emotions and thoughts.

For example:

If you look at a situation through the Level 2 lens of conflict, you may feel anger, resentment, or frustration. When looking through a Level 2 lens, your thoughts and emotions are anchored on the perception that conflict exists, which might lead to an argument, resistance, or getting things done by force—all characteristics of Level 2 energy.

All seven levels of energy are present in everyone in different combinations. Everyone has a mix of different energies, and the different levels show up in different situations. By understanding the Energetic Self-Perception Chart and the seven levels, you can become aware of how the different energies show up in yourself and others.

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