For over two decades FranklinCovey has offered the 7 Habits on the Inside to every type of inmate, at every level of custody.

Creating a culture of safety in prisons and jails. 

Did you know that over 10 million people (about half the population of New York) are in prison worldwide, and 70 percent will reoffend after they are released? Also, approximately 97% of all inmates will be our neighbors. They will be released. How do we prepare them, so they don’t return to prison or jail? The 7 Habits on the Inside is the answer.

The 7 Habits is life changing. It reduces recidivism from the 50% range down to 8%. Simply put, they don’t come back. In addition, incident reports decrease by 75% – 85% for 7 Habits graduates. The prison becomes safer.

What makes the 7 Habits unique is that it’s not just for inmates. It is for staff and officers as well. There is an inmate track, and a staff track. The result is they speak the same language. It defuses conflict before it happens. For staff, it increases engagement, decreases turnover, and they have better relationships at home. For inmates, they take responsibility for what they have done, their thinking changes, and it gives them hope.

Once inmates believe that they can choose their path in life, they begin to make changes, before they are released, that lead to a successful reintegration into society.

For more information contact Jeff Carney at [email protected] or 303 887-5459.

The 7 Habits: Impact on Recidivism and Incident Reports

Customer Stories

City of Provo

Transforming Culture Through Trust

The City of Provo was experiencing tremendous growth and an influx in business and investments. See how they transform their culture and keep the positive momentum going with The Speed of Trust®.

City of Henderson

Focusing on Continual Improvement

Henderson City’s mission and vision was to be America’s premier community. See how the city adopted The 7 Habits as a foundational course to achieve their goals.

Gwinnett Medical Center

Raising Satisfcation Scores

In the midst of building a new addition to their hospital, Gwinnett Medical Center was determined to raise patient satisfaction scores concurrently. Watch their journey as their staff identifies objectives, outlines strategy, and maintains the focus to carry it out.

City of Aurora Police Department

Reducing Gun Violence

When the City of Aurora Police Department made the goal to reduce gun violence by 70 percent over a span of two years, they turned to FranklinCovey’s xQ survey for help.

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