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Thu, 15 Sept


Online masterclass

3 challenges ADHDers face at work (and how to overcome them).

3 easy ways to impress your boss, without working late. Register now to learn how to channel your ADHD strengths to impress your colleagues and get the credit you deserve for the work you are already doing.

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3 challenges ADHDers face at work (and how to overcome them).
3 challenges ADHDers face at work (and how to overcome them).

Time & Location

15 Sept 2022, 19:00 – 20:30 BST

Online masterclass

About the event

Have you ever felt (or worse, been told) that you are 'not meeting your potential' at work?

Maybe you've tried working longer hours to close the mysterious gap between your huge potential and your performance?

❌Working longer hours doesn't work for ADHDers (at least not in the long run)

Maybe you've tried asking your supervisor for feedback?

❌Neurotypical bosses give neurotypical feedback which won't work for you.

Maybe you found a new job?

❌If you start a new job, without learning how to be successful as an ADHDer, you just repeat the same patterns.

Or (worst of all) took an expensive neurotypical management/training course?

❌Only to get frustrated that the content is superficial and they never explain what they want from the coursework.

The good news is, it's perfectly possible to shine as an ADHDer at work.

You have powerful strengths 

🎉 problem-solving skills

🎉 big picture understanding

🎉 the ability to talk to anyone, from the CEO to the cleaners

I will show you how to impress your boss!

In this masterclass, I will explain three of the main ways that ADHDers hold themselves back at work. I will explain why these patterns occur and tell you what to do instead so that you can be more successful at work, without 'trying harder'.


  • ADHD at work Masterclass

    Zoom event

  • Optional donation

    It takes time to develop and deliver excellent talks. If you want to support me, you are very welcome to do so by buying a paid ticket. Thank you!




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