WEBCASTS AND INTERVIEWS
Research conducted during the pandemic suggests that we can experience high levels of distress, and still feel well and do well. In this Bite-Sized Lecture from University of Melbourne, Dr Paige Williams shares a few tips about how to maintain our wellbeing during and after lockdowns.
This time round, lockdown is harder.That's the general consensus with Melbourne now in week 4, and the 6 week timetable looking increasingly likely to be extended. So how do we cope? 9 News Melbourne is joined by Dr Paige Williams from the Centre of Positive...
Dr Paige Williams discusses AntiFragile Leadership in the era of COVID-19 with Denise DiPiano at the Transcending the Crisis virtual conference in June 2020.Watch now: Transcending the Crisis
When is a mistake a failure? How do we avoid failure becoming fatal and could failing actually be good for our careers? Psychologist Dr Rachael Sharman from Sunshine Coast University has studied failure and she the answers. And Dr Paige Williams...
University of Melbourne academic and Uplifting Australia Board Member, Dr Paige Williams, says recent research highlights both the need to support both families under stress due to COVID-19 and those who have become more open to investing in their family’s well being.
In this podcast Paige explores the practical steps leaders can take to Become AntiFragile in discussion with Dr Michelle McQuaid. How can leaders help themselves and their teams thrive during this time of disruption, challenge and change using evidence-based approaches that draw on the latest research in neuroscience, positive psychology, leadership, and systems thinking?
In this presentation, Dr Paige Williams outlines how we can become more AntiFragile, to support ourselves and our teams to thrive through disruption, challenge and change, especially in this current COVID-19 crisis.
In this discussion with Libbi Gorr, Paige talks about the building blocks of leadership – Energy, Attitude and Mindset – and how they apply in everyday life, as well as in the corporate world.
In this interview you’ll hear why leaders need to intentionally take a strengths-based approach when leading themselves and others. I explain the positive psychology theory and evidence that supports a strengths-based approach and the impact...
In this conversation, you will hear about my research on how an Inside-Out-Outside-In approach to improving wellbeing can help to improve work happiness in organizations. I explain how achieving successful and sustainable change...
Positive Education at Geelong Grammar School and the future of Positive Education research.
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