Translating ADHD
Translating ADHD
Oct 26, 2020
ADHD and Decision Making (pt. 2)
36 min

This week, Cam and Shelly continue our conversation on ADHD and decision making by looking at decision making during the work day. We look at where missed decision points can happen during our work day. We then discuss how listeners can apply a learning action model to create change by catching more opportunities for decision, considering what the decision at hand is when a decision point is identified, and saving bandwidth for the decisions that matter.

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