Individuals with ADHD often have energetic drive, and are able to hyperfocus on tasks that are driven by their interests. They're often creative, able to think holistically, and make great leaders because of their resilience. With these strengths, people with ADHD make a great addition to any workforce. They thrive best in environments that play to their strengths, and support any challenges they may have. Such challenges can include difficulty maintaining focus, impulse and concentration.
To help you support a colleague or employee with ADHD, we asked ADHD coaches, business leaders, and people with lived experience of ADHD for their insights. Here's 12 tips to help you support employees with ADHD to accomplish their tasks and feel accepted in the work environment.
This article was originally published on Nexus Education on 6th July 2022.
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