Looking at the world sideways
A prolific doodler and note-taker during her school days, as well as being a high achiever, Anna Rowe certainly didn’t cause anyone to even consider that she might have ADHD. Once she found out in her late 40’s that she was indeed neuro-diverse, it made sense of so many things. In this episode she talks about how to get the best out anyone in your team, family or organisation with ADHD because they have so much to offer. About the host Rachel Maunder Rachel Maunder is a Story Coach, helping people find and craft their personal stories for greater engagement through speaking. Her secret sauce includes a blend of an ability to spot the key parts of a story and to highlight those in a relatable way, a lifelong curiosity around what makes people different and a gentle way of drawing people’s stories out of them. An advocate and ally of acceptance and inclusion of those who seem different to us, in whatever way, and you start to see Rachel’s motivation behind creating The Other Stories Podcast. Rachel coaches individuals and runs bespoke workshops for organisations. She also offers an online home-study programme using her own StoryCRAFT process. You can find her contact details or book a complimentary exploratory call here: https://www.rachelmaunder.com/links DISCLAIMER Any views, thoughts and opinions shared and expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please carry out your own due diligence.