HOW TO HAVE A GOOD DAY: Harness the Power of Behavioural Science to Transform Your Working Life

December 13, 2019

How to Have a Good Day is a smart, thorough, and eminently practical book. Just about every page offers a science-based tip to help you become better off — or, in many cases, just plain better.” DANIEL H. PINK | author of To Sell is Human, Drive and When








HOW TO HAVE A GOOD DAY | Harness the Power of Behavioral Science to Transform Your Working Life


SYNOPSIS | In How to Have a Good Day, economist and former McKinsey partner Caroline Webb shows readers how to use recent findings from behavioural economics, psychology, and neuroscience to transform our approach to everyday working life.

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