Easy Change v Hard Change (You Need to Know the Difference)


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Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Thu, Sep 24, 2020 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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If you're in the training business, you're in the business of behavior change. And, wow, it's really difficult. We are all, literally, creatures of habit. Our role in helping people have the courage and discipline to change the way they act is significant and tricky. 

You undoubtedly know about the power of habit building (and if not, you should). But we've all had the experience of trying to build good habits ... and for all our best intent, having them nonetheless wither on the vine. 

The step before habit building is understanding the difference between Easy Change and Hard Change. Until you do that, you and your clients will perpetually struggle to make the changes that matter most.

In Michael's latest practical, fun and interactive session you will learn:
  1. The difference between Easy Change and Hard Change ... and why it matters
  2. Why the direct approach to Hard Change rarely works
  3. The foundational coaching question that lies at the heart of Hard Change

About Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael Bungay Stanier is the author of The Coaching Habit. With 700,000 copies sold, it's the most influential coaching book of the century, and was a Wall St Journal bestseller. Michael has been recognized by 'Thinkers50 ("the Oscars of management") as the leading thought leader in the world of coaching. He's the Founder of Box of Crayons, a learning and development company that helps organizations harness the power of curiosity to drive culture. Curiosity driven businesses are more engaged, resilient, innovative and connected, and Box of Crayons' clients include Microsoft, TELUS and Salesforce.

Michael's new book, The Advice Trap (www.TheAdviceTrap.com),  published in February 2020, is the much anticipated follow on to The Coaching Habit.


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