- Action Learning
- Author Talks
- Past Workshops
- Breaking through Bias
- Leadership Presence
- Cultivating Creativity
- Older Events
- Improv, Persuasion, and Politics
- Demystifying Feedback
- A Few (Un)scientific Thoughts on Backlash, Malcolm Gladwell
- Negotiating International Acquisitions
- Developing Focus
- Staying Cool Under Pressure
- Change Management
- Verbal Judo
- Spotting the Next Madoff
- Getting Things Done
- Managing Diversity
- Creativity in Global Business Seminar
- Inclusive Leadership, Stereotyping, and the Brain
- CBS Roadmap
Gretchen Rubin, author of the blockbuster New York Times bestsellers, The Happiness Project and Happier at Home, has helped millions of readers to get happier. Now she tackles the critical question: How can we make good habits and break bad ones?
With her signature mix of rigorous research, easy humor, and personal experimentation, she investigates how we can change our habits—really. In a book that’s bursting with big, provocative ideas, Rubin shows readers how to create the habits that will transform their lives, even if they’ve failed before.
This event was sponsored by Leadership Lab and the Deloitte Foundation.