You may have noticed that one of your employees often is unfocused and disorganized but also bright and creative. He or she may have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). People with ADHD can be restless, moody and unorganized and may struggle to get their work done. However, they are also typically energetic, creative and compassionate. This article from the MindTools platform, which provides resources for leadership development and professional growth, helps managers understand the challenges their team members with ADHD face, so you can keep expectations reasonable and capitalize on their strengths.
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