Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time
Leadership development and diversity expert Eve Mannix joins Dr. Andrew Hill to discuss her approach to productivity, which prioritizes managing energy. Eve explores how a focus on time in productivity often creates problems. When you don't start with energy, you are likely to miss the human element.
Introduction to Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time
What does it mean to manage your energy, and why is this better than a time-focused approach to productivity?
The Problem With Focusing on Time
When we prioritize time in our approach to managing productivity, we are likely to ignore the human element in our work. Having time blocked out to do something doesn't help if you are too exhausted to do it.
The Benefits of an Energy Centric Approach
When you prioritize your energy in productivity management, you are more likely to spend time doing the things that matter most, and you'll do those things better.
Strategies For Managing Your Energy
Eve offers some tips on how to implement an energy-centric approach to productivity.
Eve Mannix Bio
Eve Mannix (she/her) is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion consultant. She uses her DEI expertise, education background, and strategic thinking to help transform organizations. She is a 10-year veteran of the education sector, with a focus on using technology to amplify accessibility for all lear...
Andrew Hill Bio
Before co-founding BurnBright, Andrew was a professor at the U.S. Army War College, where he taught senior national security professionals. As the War College's first Chair of Strategic Leadership, Andrew's research focused on connecting people, strategy, and innovation. He has a doctorate from H...