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Secrets of your ADHD Brain

This is a great read by William Dodson, M.D.  It’s time to drop the term of “attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder” for sure! Read on as to why the term needs to reinforce all the positive aspects of ADHD!

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Please, come hear me speak! Blending the Needs of Multiple Generations of Workers with the Challenges that Managers Experience

Please join me on Thursday, August 17, 2017, 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., in Culver City, CA, for the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Payroll Association Breakfast meeting! Multiple generations of workers present challenges for managers in the workplace. … Continue reading

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Dr. Mather Receives European Sociological Association Honorarium Award for Her Presentation: ‘Early Career Experiences of Young Adults with ADHD’

Dr. Barbara Mather recently received an European Sociological Association (ESA) Honorarium Award for Her Presentation: ‘Early Career Experiences of Young Adults with ADHD’. Here is a excerpt from the abstract: The tasks of analyzing, thematically coding, and synthesizing volumes of … Continue reading

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Generational Differences in the Workplace

The workplace today is a “melting pot” of significant diverse populations, and perhaps one of the more glaring differences across this diversity spectrum is that of the generational difference, particularly across the ever-present Baby Boomer (oftentimes still in management) and … Continue reading

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Dr. Mather Receives University of Phoenix Faculty Honorarium Award for Her Presentation: ‘Making Organizations Meaningful to Young Adults with ADHD’

Fielding alumna Barbara A. Mather, PhD, MA, MBA, presented her qualitative research study at the International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB), an international academic conference at the University of Quebec, Montreal, Canada. Dr. Mather’s research presentation was titled: Making … Continue reading

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