Queens University MSTOD Mini-Conference 2024: Neurodiversity in the Workplace: The Coaching Opportunity

When: 7/24/2024 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Queens University of Charlotte: Sarah Belk Gambrell Center for the Arts and Civic Engagement
2319 Wellesley Ave Charlotte, NC 28207

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Session 3: Neurodiversity in the Workplace: The Coaching Opportunity

Organizations are looking for ways to maximize their DEI and may realize that neurodiversity has a major part to play. In this session, we will discover the opportunities that could await organizations should neurodiversity be a part of their strategic internal focus. Participants will gain insights into how coaching is such a powerful tool for the neurodiverse.

Continuing Coach Education Units (CCE) units available for this program: 1.0 (0.5 Core Competencies, 0.5 Resource Development)

Meet Your Presenter: Tim Hutchinson

Susan Johnson

Tim Hutchison is a graduate of UNC Charlotte with a BSBA, President Elect of ICF CACC, and an eight generation Charlottean. He has been working with adults and young people with ADHD for 10  years to help them gain clarity about priorities, life goals and empowering them to enjoy life. After running a small business here in Charlotte for 11  years that welcomed and hired neurodiverse individuals, he is now a full time Life Coach and Professional Organizer with a focus in ADHD.   

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