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How to flex your coaching style – for brains that operate outside the box.
4% of adults worldwide are affected by the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). For this group, workplace challenges are common, and they may be referred for coaching due to their inconsistent performance. Typically described as under-achievers, their strengths are often discounted or negated by their challenges. The strengths-based approach of coaching has the power to change this.
However, they may struggle to engage in the traditional coaching process. This presentation will provide research and information to assist coaches in their understanding of seemingly un-coachable clients. It will also provide coaching strategies specially tailored for neuro-diverse clients.
Increased knowledge of ADHD – which occurs in 4% of adults
Strategies for engaging and empowering clients on the ADHD spectrum
How the Core Competencies can accommodate atypical clients?
RSVP by:21 Sep 2017
Organiser: Brenda Brown
Phone: +61 (2) 8006 5481
Application pending for 1 CCE Unit in Core Competencies