The AntiFragile Survey combines leading research in neuroscience, wellbeing and leadership with the latest evidence in behaviour change so that it can be applied in effective and practical ways. The survey was created by Dr Paige Williams, a leading authority in the research and application of Positive Psychology and systems science.

Having helped thousands of leaders in a variety of workplaces learn how to thrive through disruption, challenge and change, Paige understands the importance of clarity and direction when beginning this journey.

Paige’s hope is that the AntiFragile Survey makes it easier for each of us to take our first steps to learn to thrive in the uncertain, complex environment of the Decade of Disruption.

Dr Paige Williams is passionate about leveraging leadership capacity.

A combination of real-life leadership experience and deep academic knowledge fuels her ’superpower’ of translating complex ideas and academic research to make them real, relevant, and relatable to the work that leaders do every day.

Through her conference speaking and leadership development programs Paige replaces fear with confidence and confusion with clarity. She has worked with hundreds of leaders in business, government, NGOs, and education, including Specsavers, Swisse, the Magistrates Court of Victoria, the Transport Accident Commission, and the University of Melbourne.

Having spent more than 20 years in international leadership roles, Paige’s commercial experience is broad and deep, and her knowledge of leadership more than theoretical. Her lived leadership experience is supported by an undergraduate degree in business, post-graduate studies in organisational change and doctoral research examining how to create positive change and wellbeing in organisations. She continues to research and teach as an Honorary Fellow of the Centre for Positive Psychology and an Associate of Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne.

Paige strongly believes that leadership is the most potent leverage point we have to create positive change in any system, be it a family, a school, an organisation, or any team. And that each of us has a capacity for leadership that we have yet to realise.

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