Podcast Series - Episode 1
Being Antifragile

 

Dr. Michelle McQuaid 

 Dr. Paige Williams

Dr. Michelle McQuaid and Dr. Paige Williams are the co-founders of The Wellbeing Lab, which helps leaders to create thriving workplaces. They use evidence-based approaches that draw on the latest research in neuroscience, positive psychology, leadership, and systems thinking to help leaders and workplaces move beyond just the need for resilience, to become antifragile.

In this week’s podcast, they explore the practical steps leaders can take to be more neurologically robust and Antifragile, so they can help themselves and their teams thrive during this time of unprecedented disruption and change. 

Antifragile Dr. Paige Williams & Michelle McQuaidThe Wellbeing Lab
00:00 / 45:48

Podcast Series - Episode 2
Do You Recieve Feedback Well?

Dr. Michelle McQuaid 

Sheila Heen

Sheila Heen is an expert on managing difficult negotiations, a lecturer on law at Harvard Law School, and a founder of Triad Consulting. Sheila often partners with executive teams, helping them work through conflict, repair working relationships, and make sound decisions together and her clients include Apple, HSBC, Unilever, and Pixar among others. She is the co-author of the New York Times business bestseller Difficult Conversations: How To Discuss What Matters Most and more recently Thanks For The Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well (Even When It’s Off-Base, Unfair, Poorly Delivered and Frankly, You’re Not in the Mood)

In this week’s podcast, we explore why receiving feedback can be so challenging at work, and how we can unhook from our feedback triggers to make the most of the gift we are being given.

Do You Recieve Feedbackl Well? Sheila HeenThe Wellbeing Lab
00:00 / 30:17

Podcast Series - Episode 3
Are Your Thoughts Holding You Back?

Dr. Michelle McQuaid 

Dr. Judith Beck

Today we’re talking to Dr. Judith Beck, who is a clinical professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and the president of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy.


Judith is a prolific author, clinician, and educator in the field of mental health, and has written several books for professionals and for consumers about cognitive behaviour therapy, made hundreds of presentations around the world, and continues to treat clients through Beck Institute’s in-house clinic, and has won numeral awards for her contributions to the field of CBT.

In this week’s podcast, we explore how cognitive behaviour therapy can be safely used in workplaces to help leaders and staff care for their wellbeing.

Are Your Thoughts Holding You Back? Dr. Judith BeckThe Wellbeing Lab
00:00 / 27:57

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