The Three Secrets to Building Your Coaching Habit (Or Any Habit)


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If you're a busy mentor, trainer, manager or leader, then developing a strong coaching habit can help you work less hard and have more impact.

And who doesn't want that?  

But building a new habit isn't necessarily easy. Have you heard the line "do it for 21 days and it becomes a habit"? Someone just made that up.

Luckily, there's new science from the world of behavioural economics, neuroscience and psychology that tell us exactly how to build a sustainable habit.

In it you'll discover:
  • A quick recap of the five essential questions for the busy manager
  • The three dysfunctional roles that everyone gets sucked into. (Which one will be YOUR default?)
  • What are the lies and what's truth when it comes to building habits
  • The New Habit Formula
  • And much more

Participants will not only leave with a plan to do things differently, but will also get access to a special Box of Crayons report: Four Surprising Phrases to Supercharge Your Conversation and Boost Your Manager IQ.

This acclaimed webinar is based on Michael Bungay Stanier’s new book The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever. David Allen calls it a “brilliant how-to manual”, Dan Pink says the book “distills the essentials of coaching”, while Brené Brown says it is “practical and inspiring”.

It will be the usual Box of Crayons mix of fun, practical and inspiring.

This webinar can be a perfect follow-on to Box of Crayons' The Five Question Leader webinar. Click here to view Five Question Leader webinar On Demand (recorded) version.

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 (,  published in February 2020, is the much anticipated follow on to The Coaching Habit.


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