About the Author
Sarah Deane is the CEO and founder of MEvolution. As an expert in human energy and capacity, and an innovator working at the intersection of behavioral and cognitive science and AI, Sarah is focused on helping people and organizations relinquish their blockers, restore their energy, reclaim their mental capacity, and redefine their potential. After years focused on a single question — What does it take for people to thrive? — Her research and data revealed a blueprint for optimizing human energy. This paved the way for MEvolution, which offers a scalable, science-based, personal development system that measures and systematically increases human capacity by teaching people how to manage, direct, and optimize their personal energy, which makes living life at full capacity a reality for everybody. The breakthrough assessment, The Energy Management Quotient, reveals what is draining a person's energy, and creates a personalized roadmap of modules, to train the brain to unlock greater human capacity and potential.
Her experience includes leading a global team for the Worldwide Employee Experience program at Hewlett-Packard, which served 320,000+ employees, creating and leading the employee experience team as well as leading the workplace experience lab. She has been fortunate to travel the globe studying human behavior as it pertains to engagement and productivity, providing her a unique insight into the workforce's human experience.
She holds a Master of Engineering in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, authored “The Wellness Formula” based on her research and has presented at various conferences such as SXSW, Gartner and HRWest. Sarah's thoughts and commentary can be seen on numerous platforms including Fast Company, The Business Journals, The Street, Huffington Post, Thrive Global, HR.com, SHRM, CIO Magazine, and many more. She is a 3x recipient of the Human Resources Today MVP Award and has been featured in IDC’s Peerscape. Sarah teaches her highly-rated course “The Power of Personal Energy” at Stanford University Continuing Studies and consults with companies and executives to become positively energized leaders themselves as well as on their workplace strategies to create positively energized cultures.
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Sarah’s Recent Articles
You Think Everything’s Fine. Your Employees Might Not Be so Sure
Your Employees Are Burning Out. Here’s How You Can Help
Want to Boost Your Business? Tips for Building Successful ERGs
Want to Boost Your Business? Boost Your ERGs
Employee Engagement Hit an All-Time Low: Here's How to Revamp Your Strategy