ADHD Coaching ApproachOur team of professionals prepares a personalized plan of action adapted to the needs of the client and his or her challenges with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, notably organizational difficulties and feelings of overwhelm.

The first step is a global evaluation of the subject:

This includes:

  • An evaluation of the impact of organizational and attention limitations on the employee’s performance.
  • An evaluation of the employee’s personal and professional organization and lifestyle.
  • Analyzing the employee’s strategies and tactics when performing his or her professional duties.
  • Support during the return to full duties after conducting an evaluation of the employee’s potential.
  • An evaluation of his or her needs for accommodations, additional support and training.

Proposed solutions will enable the employee to maximize his or her productivity at work and throughout his or her professional and personal life.

We take a global approach that considers:

  • Strategies and skills for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
  • The employee’s personal and professional organization.
  • The identification and use of his or her strengths, talents and skills.
  • Development of strategies and systems to minimize the impact of the employee’s weaknesses.
  • Adjusting the employee’s workplace to favor maximum performance and to minimize the risk of relapse and the costs associated with the loss of the employee or permanent limitations to the employee’s capacities.

Interventions can include:

  • Support during the professional reintegration of the employee on leave for burnout.
  • Training and coaching to help the employee with ADHD cope with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.
  • Training and coaching for the manager and support team with an eye to maximizing overall productivity and improving work-life balance.
  • Personalized ADHD coaching during the return to work or the assumption of new duties following a promotion.
  • Coaching and training the employee at risk of burnout.
  • Training for teams undergoing stressful times, events or situations.

Examples of strategies that could be included in an intervention plan include:

  • Strategies and structures for organizing work.
  • Strategic accommodations.
  • Reorganization strategies that could include reorganizing or reassigning duties between team members to favor the strengths, talents, interests and skills of all team members.
  • And many more…

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