Welcome to Highly Effective Workplace from Live ADHD Free!
This program focuses on workplace coaching and training to foster collaboration, productivity, and creativity.
Did you know that many of your employees may have ADHD? Current estimates reveal that 15-20 million Americans have ADHD. But actual numbers are probably much higher. This is typically due to misdiagnosis or a lack of clarity on a what a typical ADHD profile looks like. Employees with ADHD are bright, creative innovators. They just need structure and help. How can you optimize their importance for a highly effective workplace?
If you are a manager, executive or HR professional, you may be struggling to help these employees. The workplace is a mix of different personality types and skill sets. We want to help you provide a more productive workplace, a less stressful environment and nurture a culture of ideas.
About the program
We work with professionals who are struggling. These employees have a lot to offer your business. They just need help managing different aspects of the modern workplace. This includes task management, project completion and maintaining focus. We target those employees initially hired for their unique expertise and skill who, on the job, have difficulty using their talents effectively. Typically these are the same people who co-workers like to complain about, require constant supervision and generally drive everyone nuts.
Creating a dynamic workplace
By providing support to those struggling, which may include those with ADHD or other challenges, you can create a dynamic workplace. We work with you to determine what the problems are and how to address them.
Through coaching and advising, we help people access their personal and professional strengths. We identify obstacles they face and assist them in developing healthier habits. At the same time, we work with management and HR professionals, teaching them how to support their staff and encourage their current employees to work to their potential.
Without a dynamic workplace, you’re likely to incur high costs from turnover and lack of productivity. Read more about how ADHD impacts the workplace in our blog.
To introduce the program, we offer a one hour session for managers and leaders that details and highlights how we work with organizations. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Identifying the gap between a company’s vision on innovation and its current performance
- Finding missed opportunities as a result of under-performing employees and departments
- Reviewing company culture and mechanisms for offering employee support
- Pinpointing communication breakdowns between individuals, teams, and management
- Creating a plan to stop issues from affecting individual and team productivity
- Investigating hiring practices to ensure best talent is attracted and retained
- Setting up coaching and training programs and a time frame for completion
We have achieved successful outcomes working with individuals from many organizations including Fidelity, IBM, Microsoft, Lucent Technologies, Harvard University, MIT, Beth Israel Hospital and Oracle.
One of the best things a client has said about the program came from a Fortune 500 leader who said, “Carol Gignoux’s strategies for the workplace are useful to all, ADHD or not, because of how they ultimately improve the performance of everyone in the company.”