Routine for us as a family is the basically the difference between a good day and a bad day. There is no flexibility, there is no common ground, it’s the routine or the highway as far as I am concerned.
We’ve come to recognize the benefits of a diverse group of people in the workplace, but isn’t it time we also embrace a diverse group of brain types?
What if we’ve been thinking about our brains in the wrong way? What if traits like ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and others weren’t thought of as “disorders,” but as brain makeups that are not only natural but also contain unique gifts and contributions?
Okay we have been saying this for years but great to see this report in the Irish Examiner!
Second-level teachers say they are unprepared to teach students who have ADHD or other special educational needs, because of “inadequacies in initial teacher education programmes”.
Selim Bassoul of Middleby Corp. tries to focus on the big picture
SELIM BASSOUL | ‘I do very little emailing, no Facebook, no LinkedIn.’
Leading a company without using email, reading memos or going to endless meetings sounds like a pipe dream. But it’s a reality for Selim Bassoul, chief executive and chairman of Middleby Corp., the kitchen-supply maker with such popular brands as Viking and Aga Rangemaster.
Searingly honest article from journalist Eleanor Ross!