The world needs a new kind of leader. We think it’s you.

Humanergy Stands in Solidarity

Humanergy as an organization stands with people who strive to make the world – or their corner of it – a better place. We stand with the families of Rayshard Brooks, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd as well as many, many others who have lost loved ones due to police brutality and systemic racism.

We at Humanergy understand that it is easy to talk the talk, and not so easy to walk the walk when it comes to equity, anti-racism and social justice. We have a long way to go. And we pledge to listen, first and foremost, then to learn and do better. We are starting with a look in the mirror, rather than making some bold statements of disgust over inequality and marginalization (though we are truly outraged).

We are deeply committed to being a part of a country that truly lives out the high ideals of justice, equality and freedom. These are difficult and stressful times. Humanergy wants to be a part of the process as we work toward a culture of mutual honor and respect for all people. We will start within, as all real and meaningful change begins with humble self-examination. We will thoughtfully and sensitively consult with people of color around meaningful and concrete next steps.

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Every adult is or has been part of a team at work, in school, in volunteer organizations or even as part of a family. Teamwork is capable of producing great outcomes and can even by enjoyable. Unfortunately, most people also report that being part of a team has been frustrating, time-consuming and not fruitful. What Great Teams Do Great illustrates how to create a great team by combining the power of choice with the right team processes.

“What Great Teams Do Great provides solid, actionable insights that can help any team improve their outcomes. It concisely shares straightforward tools, behaviors to adopt and avoid, and examples that help ensure team success. Highly recommended!”

– Cheri DeClercq, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean – MBA/Graduate Programs,
Broad College of Business
Michigan State University

The 50 DOs (and DON’Ts) were developed from the real life experiences of effective leaders and managers in organizations around the country.

50 DOs for Everyday Leadership will help you: build trust and credibility at work; get your people working together as a team; focus on what is important; help your people get the work done; do what is best for the organization; reduce misunderstandings and get people on the same page; and continue to improve what you and your people are doing.

“If I had read, absorbed and practiced the DOs in this handbook, I would have saved myself 40 years of hard knocks.”

– Gary Shelton,
retired Fortune 500 executive

“One of the rare leadership books that does what he says: HELP!”

– Laura Oliver,
banking industry organizational development consultant

Humanergy’s new e-book! You want to be the best leader you can be, so carry practical leadership strategies with you. Humanergy has compiled 100 of its top leadership blogs in an e-book covering topics such as change, motivation, coaching and delegation.

These bite-sized articles remind you of what’s important, challenge your daily choices and help you inspire and lead others.