Excellent focus, attention to detail, meeting deadlines, reliability and organization -- they are all things employers are looking for in employees. But when you have ADHD, these can be a real challenge; making it tough to excel at work and sometimes even to keep your job.
Richard Slovenski, CEO of ATP Fitness, understands the struggles better than most. He has ADHD himself but has managed to thrive, despite the challenges, and held a number of senior management positions at BHP before 'retiring' to set up his own business.
Clearly, Richard had found ways to leverage on his strengths and mitigate his weaknesses so that he could consistently create value for this team and his employer. But even more significantly, as a business leader, he has had the opportunity to hire and develop younger colleagues, some of whom have ADHD.
Join us as he shares his insights on how he adapted as an ADHD individual as well as what he learnt from mentoring younger ADHD colleagues and clients.
If you would like to know more about his career progression, attached is his LinkedIn profile.
Lastly, please note that following the talk, we will be convening our 21st SPARK Annual General Meeting at 11.30am. Please click on link below to see the Notice of the AGM as posted on the SPARK website.
SPARK Members get FREE ADMISSION with a Member Ticket.
Members can purchase free tickets for their spouse.
Note: This event is exclusive to persons with ADHD, aged 18 and up.
This event is exclusive to persons with ADHD, aged 18 and up.
You can sign up for a SPARK Membership before proceeding, in order to get Free Admission to this and subsequent events (while your membership is valid).