Wish you're employees would be more productive? You're not alone. Luckily, Tony Schwartz, CEO of The Energy Project, has a simple solution.
"Stop thinking people are most productive when they put in unrelenting hours of panic-mode labor," Webb recalls. "Instead, work to supply all the needs that give them energy, and then focus their efforts on accomplishing their work in quick bursts rather than in a marathon-style slog."
This doesn't come without responsibility, however. You must first understand the relationship between "capacity" and "commitment" and what it means to fuel one's capacity.