All News News Posted November 13, 2019 By Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance and Chamber

Humanergy Recognized by MAEDA

Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance (MAEDA) recognized Humanergy for their new location with a We Noticed ribbon cutting presentation on November 6.

Pictured from left, MAEDA staff and Ambassadors welcome Humanergy staff to downtown Marshall, Vic Potter, Ambassador Chair; Karen Weideman; Christi Barrett; John Barrett; David Wheatley; Jane Reid, MAEDA; Lance Satterthwaite; and Amy Crisp, MAEDA. Picture by Rebecca de Finta, MAEDA.

Founders, John Barrett and David Wheatley, started Humanergy with a unified vison of helping people make a difference in their organizations (which also spills over into improved personal lives as well). The facilitators at Humanergy consider themselves business “counselors” that focus on the people side of business who help to unlock the leader inside every person to create thriving organizations.

Humanergy will soon celebrate their 20th anniversary and have been an active business in Marshall since 2002. Continuing their evolution and growth, Humanergy recently moved to a new location and are excited to be back in downtown Marshall. “As we work more remotely and virtually, our office space requirements have changed,” stated John. “Having our facilitators spread from Kalamazoo to Manchester helps us to reach more clients,” added David.

With a philosophy that leadership is about choices and everyone needs to and can be a leader, the anchor services offered by Humanergy focus on coaching, training and facilitation. Facilitators are well versed in topics such as strategic planning, teamwork, conflict, communication, culture change, strategic planning/execution, and delegation.

Contact Humanergy to help you unlock the potential of your staff at 269-789-0446 or visit them at 121 ½ W. Michigan Ave. For more information, visit their website at