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“Neurodiversity recognises that everyone’s brain is wired differently, and that everyone has their own unique ways of thinking, interacting and experiencing the world.”
We are delighted to bring to life another article featured in our quarterly Coaching Perspectives magazine, this time focusing on Coaching for All.
Join our next AC Coaching Conversation on Tuesday, 19 September, where Clare Manning will interview Thomas Imfeld live on LinkedIn.
An estimated 15-20% of the global population is neurodiverse – over a billion people.
How much talent potential is going to waste when they are overlooked at work and what can coaches do to help drive forward change?
Working together, employers, dyslexic employees, and internal and external coaches can shape the workforce for the better.
Our AC Coaching Conversations bring you authors featured in the latest issue of Coaching Perspectives. The April 2023 edition focuses on Coaching for All.
Bring your questions for Thomas to LinkedIn Live on Tuesday, 19 September.
Thomas Imfeld, MA, MCOF, AC member and dyslexic thinker – is founder and director of bullseye international GmbH in Germany and Luxembourg. His focus is on unleashing potential in individuals and small teams by applying global and cross-cultural coaching.
Drawing upon the diverse transnational industry and public sector experience, and as a member of the dyslexic tribe himself, Thomas supports organizations with diversity and inclusion mindsets to reach meaningful, important objectives.