"Johnson & Johnson's investment in enhancing its Human Performance Institute experience in Lake Nona is a direct reflection of our company's purpose to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity," said Lowinn Kibbey, global head of Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute. "Enabling wellbeing is central to achieving this. The short, but intensive experiences we offer at Human Performance Institute have been clinically proven to elevate wellbeing by inspiring purposeful living and fostering sustained improvements in participants' energy levels."
Johnson & Johnson has been a part of the Orlando community for nearly 30 years, dating back to when Human Performance Institute co-founders Dr. Jim Loehr and Dr. Jack Groppel opened the doors to the first facility in the 1990s. Since then, thousands have experienced the science-based training solutions offered by behavioral, exercise and nutrition experts at Human Performance Instituteto help them expand and maximize their energy for high performance and resilience at work and in life, said J&J.
"Based on decades of research, results and insights, and true to Human Performance Institute's purpose, the redesigned experience reflects the particular combination of 'grace' and 'guts' we recognize is needed to unleash human potential and achieve peak performance," said Ernesto Quinteros, chief strategic design officer at Johnson & Johnson. "Throughout the new global headquarters, we have employed a holistic, multi-sensory design approach that sets intention, hones focus and creates meaningful experiences that promote behavior change, which our participants can call upon even after they leave the facility."
The LEED-certified training and research facility doubles Human Performance Institute's teaching capacity and puts experience first from start to finish through an abundance of natural light, curated “scent and sound inspiration;" a larger fitness center featuring Johnson & Johnson 7 Minute Workout App stations; and more.