Dr Paige Williams

Psychologist – Geelong VIC


Dr Paige Williams


In this episode we welcome back Dr. Paige Williams who will be helping us to understand more about Becoming AntiFragile, ahead of her upcoming book launch.


A speaker, researcher, leadership coach and now author – Paige will share with us more about her upcoming book Becoming AntiFragile, Learning to Thrive through Disruption, Challenge and Change, which is due out on 28th July.

Paige’s book was not written in response to nor with the COVID-19 pandemic in mind, but it has provided a timely reminder that so much of our modern world, including the processes, structures and dynamics that create it, is struggling right now because of its fragility. The case for Becoming AntiFragile was present before COVID – and it is now more compelling than ever.

Paige shares with us more about her research and her reasons behind writing the book. 





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