Why do some companies buzz with energy and life, while others suffer from stagnation and complacency? Why do some organizations achieve peaks of energy and activity only to plunge into valleys of stagnant inertia? Why do still other organizations seems poisoned through and through by negative politicking and bickering or lost in organizational burnout.
The energy of any organization ebbs and flows--leading to high and low productivity cycles. But Bernd Vogel, author of the new book Fully Charged, says there are tools and strategies that can help leaders manage their company's collective energy. His research has shown that leaders who understand organizational energy, especially in financially tense times, can find ways to engage every potential resource and gain competitive advantage. Listen here.