Caroline Webb

Using science
to improve professional
life and leadership

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How to Have a Great Day At Work with Caroline Webb

More than 30,000 people have taken Caroline's course on LinkedIn Learning. It's a quick way to learn practical, evidence-based techniques to help you take more control of the quality of your daily working life.



Caroline has over 20 years of experience in advising CEOs and senior leaders in organizations around the world. She takes on a small number of coaching clients at a time, and works with them in depth to help them shift their behaviors and habits to make the leap to the next level in their leadership capabilities.

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Harness the Power of Behavioral Science to Transform Your Working Life

In her bestselling book, How to Have a Good Day, economist and former McKinsey partner Caroline Webb shows us how to use recent findings from behavioral economics, psychology and neuroscience to transform the quality of our everyday lives – at work and beyond. Available in 17 editions and translations.

  • Bonus materials

    There are some subscriber-only bonus materials on my site, including book extracts and handy summaries of my advice. All free to access for subscribers. 

  • Very few emails

    I hate an overflowing inbox, and I hate bothering people unnecessarily. So I only email you when I have something to offer - maybe a new tool, course or online session you might like to join. 

  • Tell me what you want

    I'm always looking to create new resources to help you get the most out of your day. If you sign up, you can drop me a line any time to tell me what you're interested in learning more about.

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Caroline Webb Speaking


Audiences love Caroline’s blend of smart ideas, humor and real-life anecdotes – and whether it’s a classic keynote, a fireside chat, or an online webinar, people walk away with scientifically-proven tricks they can immediately use to improve their leadership skills and boost their performance and wellbeing at work.

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