Charles Duhigg is a New York Times investigative reporter, graduate of Yale College and Harvard Business School and a frequent contributor to NPR’s This American Life and Frontline, Duhigg has spoken to audiences as varied as MIT (where he keynoted the school’s 2010 conference), large conferences, the SC Johnson Company and the Pasadena Art and Science Festival. As eloquent and engaging in person as he is on the page, Charles Duhigg will have you rethinking your entire world.
He is represented by Random House Speakers Bureau
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About The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
With eye-opening insight into the habits of individuals, corporations, and societies, Duhigg demonstrates how a simple habit loop—a cue, a routine, and reward—is the key to transforming behavior. More than just an ideas book, The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business is a thoroughly entertaining narrative that will change the way you think, personally and professionally.
Potential Lecture Topics:
The Science of Habit Formation: Why we do what we do, and how to change it
Consumer Habits: Why customers keep coming back for some (but only some) products again and again
Habits and Predictive Analytics: How corporate giants, like Target, know what shoppers want before they do
The Power of a Crisis: How leaders teach organizational habits through accident and design
Why Cravings Exists: How the neurology of craving explains our habits, what we buy and how we can learn