October 13th, 2015
At this very moment, you could be facing a pervasive, invasive problem that is preventing you from being your personal and professional best. It’s a problem that many women – from business professionals to new moms – share.
The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute (HPI) calls it the Human Energy Crisis. It’s a result of ever-growing demands on our time, our bodies and our energy. In a world where we’re expected to perform 24/7, the pressure is not only daunting, it can be debilitating. And when we attempt to expend more energy than we have, our businesses, our bodies and our home lives suffer.
What’s a beyond busy woman to do?
As sponsors of the 2015 Fortune The Most Powerful Women summit – at which HPI’s Manager of Client Training, Jennifer Lea, will be taking the stage, we at Johnson & Johnson took the opportunity to ask her, as well as a host of busy female J&J executives, to share what they know about hacking what we call “energy management.”
Why Time Is Not the Answer
There’s a reason people say, “If only there were more hours in the day.” When faced with a crisis (or two), our gut reaction is to stay up later, get up earlier, figure out a way to squeeze every last drop out of our day.