Based on his new book Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business, Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg presents eight key points that illustrate the reasons why some people and companies are more productive than others.
Coupling statistics from neuroscience and psychology coupled with real-world stories from CEOs, FBI agents and airplane pilots, Duhigg explains how the most productive people and organizations view the world and their choices differently and how this ultimately influences their heightened levels of productivity.
His presentations are both descriptive and prescriptive, and speak to a wide range of groups from the fields of business, science, medicine, and education.
In a video from his presentation at the Google re:Work 2016 event, Charles Duhigg talks about teams, psychological safety, and Saturday Night Live. He argues that while successful teams may look wildly different, at their core they have something similar: psychological safety.
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