Neurodiversity at work: why great minds don't think alike
So often, being neurodiversity is seen as a limitation. But that ignores the many talents and different ways of thinking that neurodivergent people bring to the table.
“When someone calls me up on stage to present, it is the calmest moment in my life,” says Meike Bliebenicht, an investment professional and neurodiversity campaigner who has ADHD.
Bliebenicht loves presenting and relishes her periods of hyperfocus, the ability to concentrate intensely for short periods of time, which many neurodivergent people enjoy.To access please sign in.