Organisations, trying to keep up with the rapid pace of change and ever increasing competitive environment, continually look for the latest methods and approaches to find ways to improve their bottom line. What needs to change however is the way we view the individual and the organisation, and to recognise the dynamic, never-ending pattern of interaction that takes place on a daily basis. This integration of phenomena at the individual and organisational levels moves the analysis of organisations away from the current static, structural qualities towards a more dynamic process which accommodates the study of energy. Energy runs through everything. Individuals have energy, and that energy is emanated by their very presence, their emotions, thoughts and actions. Energies ebb and flow in an organisation in accordance with the intentions of the employees, at any given time. Research shows that organisational climate, expressed here as energy, has an impact on the individuals'' vigour (well-being) and this in turn impacts on various factors including the individuals'' performance and thereby organisational effectiveness.