Skye Book Review: The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg


By Morag Barrett on December 1, 2012

Posted by Morag Barrett | December 1, 2012Skye Book Review: The Power of Habit by Charles DuhiggHow is it that some companies are able to reinvent themselves, sometimes multiple times, while other struggle the necessary changes to become successful?  Respected New York Times business reporter, Charles Duhigg, explores this topic in his new book The Power of Habit.In this new book, Duhigg explains, with the help of Neuroscientists, how habits are created and where they exist in our brains, as well as how these habits can create great success or impending disaster for an organization.  He shares examples of both individual and business successes to show how essential it is to apply principle habits. What is most important to take away from this book is the understanding that habits are not destiny and, that by making we small changes in our habits, we are able to transform our personal and professional lives.A great read for anyone who is trying to effect change, whether personally or through others.Related ArticlesTags »Best Leadership BookschangeDecision MakingEmotional IntelligenceHigh Performing Teamleadership development denver Share
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