The power of habits in business
“The chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken”
Every form of individual and corporate transformation is dominated by how much we can truly change our habits. Our life is the sum of the decisions taken over the years and the behavioural, emotional and cognitive habits which we have consolidated.
Our habits become our lifestyle in business and outside of it.
However, a powerful, but frequently underestimated mixture of influence and resistance to change is concentrated in business: Our behaviour and results are guided by our established routines over the years, but we are strongly influenced by the habits of others, by the dominant beliefs in every context, by the physical environment that surrounds us, from relationships and communications which are intertwined with the people we work with on a daily basis.
Business life and how we obtain professional performance only truly change when we learn to intervene effectively to change habits. Both our own habits and those of the people around us.
For this reason, the ability to recognise and design new routines in support of individual or business improvement projects is one of the skills that distinguish Lean Leaders.
Lean Leaders are oriented towards both their own personal growth as well as their organisation’s growth and they know that this does not happen by itself or by giving orders left and right or prescribing actions that must be completed uncritically, but by simply asking themselves how to build new and more effective individual and organisational habits.
In this workshop, reserved for entrepreneurs and managers, you will learn:
- How to recognise and identify positive and negative business habits.
- How to eliminate bad habits.
- How to build new habits that support individual and corporate growth.
- How to stimulate growth and development in people: See the Streparava, Campari, Electrolux and Ethos Group case studies.
and Impact Innovation. His personal and professional philosophy always has people at its centre, leading him to continual research of methods of ensuring greater results with less effort and increased well-being. Author of the best sellers "Lean Innovation. Strategies to Innovate People, Products and Processes" (by L. Attolico, Hoepli, 2012) and "Toyota Way, 14 Principles for the Rebirth of the Italian Industrial System" (J. Liker, L. Attolico, Hoepli, 2014); editor of the Italian edition of "Toyota Way for Lean Leadership" (J. Liker, G. Convis, Hoepli, 2015).