On Monday, November 9th, at 9 pm EST, I’ll be giving a webinar for my colleague, Linda Roggli at ADDiva
Our busy pace today is challenging for all employees, but disorganization, lack of focus, inefficiency and poor time management make employees with ADHD particularly vulnerable to burnout. Women with ADHD face even greater danger as juggling most family details and caretaker duties fall to them. ADHD-related burnout, when it happens, strikes not once but two or three times as conventional treatments do not correct the source of the problem, ADHD symptoms.
In this session, we will examine differences between ADHD-related burnout and typical burnout and outline strategies for preventing it.
This presentation is open and free and you are invited to join us by clicking here to register