Sessions: 75 minutes
2nd & 4th Tuesdays at 5pm ET/ 4pm CT / 3pm MT /2pm PT
Dates: 1/12, 1/26, 2/9, 2/23, 3/9, 3/23, 4/13, 4/27, 5/11, 5/25, 6/8, 6/22
For people with ADHD, the solo workplace can be especially rewarding and challenging. Whether you work from home, your car, or are provided office space, if you are your own boss, this group is for you!
If you work a steady 9-5 job you hardly need to plan for the slow times or prepare for the crush of busy times, we understand and share these struggles.
Join ADHD Coach Keith Griffin to learn practical tips and strategies for managing common ADHD-related challenges and to connect with other like-minded adults.
This is a safe space to discuss problems ADHDers face in the gig economy.
Possible discussion topics include:
- Organization and time management
- Fostering professional relationships
- Managing overwhelm
- Topics suggested by group members
Find the workplace support you need. Join us on Tuesdays.
Group Leader Information
Keith Griffin – Bio
Keith Griffin, PCAC, ACC
Keith Griffin is an ADHD Coach and advocate of thriving with ADHD by focusing on one’s strengths. Keith received his training through The ADD Coach Academy and JST Coaching & Training. He works with clients aged 16 and up worldwide by phone/video. In addition to his Coaching business, Keith serves the ADHD community through his position on ADDA’s Board as our Treasurer.
Keith had a 20+ year successful career in the IT field before embarking on his journey as an ADHD Coach. Due to his background and wide-ranging technical interests, the clients who choose him tend to have a “highly technical mind”, are involved in or pursuing a STEM career, and/or are entrepreneurial. As a gay man, he is also well suited to coach ADHDers from the LGBTQIA+ community.
In his spare time, Keith enjoys riding his bike, traveling to new places, recording the occasional “This ADHD Life” podcast episode, and keeping up with the latest tech trends, gadgets, productivity systems, and time-management methodologies.