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The Alan Deutschman keynotes attempt to explain why individuals find it so difficult to change their bad habits. In particular, Deutschman draws examples from poor business, health and personal decisions to prove his point.
As one of America's most thought-provoking individuals when it comes to leadership and change, Deutschman is a well-trusted expert on human behavior. Currently, Deutschman holds the Donald W. Reynolds Endowed Chair in Business Journalism at the University of Nevada. Prior to this position, Deutschman was a professor at Emory University's Goizeuta Business School and a Senior Writer at Fast Company Magazine. In terms of his educational background, Deutschman earned his AB in Politics from Princeton University.
Deutschman authored books including Strategy + Business Magazine's "Best Business Book of the Year" 'Walk the Walk" The #1 Rule for Real Leaders' and 'Change or Die.' He is a contributing writer for Fortune and the Profit Motive columnist at GQ. Deutschman's work was also featured in prestigious publications like the New York Times Magazine and Wired.
Offering advice on how to enable and sustain change, the Alan Deutschman keynotes will help individuals curb their nasty habits.
Featured Keynote - Getting People to Change
Alan Deutschman Explains Why People Fail to Adopt Better Behaviors
Alan Deutschman, the award-winning author of two books, discusses how any individual can make lasting changes in business and life. His speech, which draws examples and research from his first book 'Change… Read More