Based on the bestseller by Charles Duhigg following the latest science in habit formation, The Power of Habit teaches how habits work and how to develop effective habits by using skill instead of willpower. The course teaches a skillset for mastering any habit.
“There are no organisations or individuals without habits. There are only those who deliberately design them and those who do not.”
– Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit
The Power of Habit skills help organisations meet challenges related to efficiency, agility, compliance, safety, development, and more.
Join a Crucial Dimensions Master Trainer in our facilitated virtual classroom. Learn the crucial skills from the comfort of your office or home.
Bring in a Crucial Dimensions Master Trainer or certify an internal trainer to teach The Power of Habit in person to your employees.
The Power of Habit Course is available in several delivery formats to address the diverse needs of your organisation
Your employees attend a virtual, or in-person public course.
Bring in a Crucial Dimensions master trainer to facilitate the in-person or virtual course learning across your organisation.
Certify an internal leader to facilitate the in-person or virtual course to employees. Certification courses are offered both in-person and virtually.
“The course offers a way to find sustainable and actionable ways to change the behaviours you want to change.”
– Princeton employee
Bring The Power of Habit to your organisation and cultivate a culture of high performance.
In The Power of Habit, award-winning business reporter Charles Duhigg takes you to the thrilling edge of scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed.
“Duhigg clearly knows that people do not like, or even buy, the idea that we’re not creatures of choice. He carefully explains each step of habit building, using science and, the best part, a slew of interesting anecdotes” – The Seattle Times
“A first-rate book based on an impressive mass of research, written in a lively style and providing just the right balance of intellectual seriousness with practical advice on how to break our bad habits.” – The Economist