Ep 162. Handling work with Naomi Shragai

Sep 6, 2021 | Podcast

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Naomi Shragai joins me on the podcast about how to handle work. She is an executive coach, psychological business consultant and qualified psychotherapist with over 30 years of experience working with organisations, executives, and teams, as well as individuals, couples, and families.

In this episode we discuss:

  • What stand up comedy taught her
  • The difference between a productive and a pathological narcissist
  • Why imposter syndrome can be a fear of success rather than failure
  • How to handle big feelings at work

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