training: Leading high performing autism

Training

Leading high performing autism

Gifted employees with autism have specific talents for the organization; extensive knowledge, focus and concentration, an eye for detail, analytical ability and thoroughness. With this course you will utilize the specific autistic related talents in the organization better.

Many talented autistic employees become blocked either because of unclear assignments or unexpected changes. They are underestimated in their learning ability and intelligence, but overestimated in their ability to take up tasks, and plan, deal with social contact & deadlines.

How do you find the right way to lead these people?

You have extensive experience in managing people and you want to grow in your ability to lead this extraordinary target group. You want to create a clear and predictable context in which autistic employees can effectively give their all for the organization and develop themselves. You are looking for the right key to communicate with this target group.

What kind of leader are you for team members with (characteristics) of autism?

At the end of this module you will:

Gain knowledge of characteristics of autism that are combined with gifted ability
Recognize far more quickly autism in the work place
Gain a clearer handle on how to communicate with autistic employees
Understand better which leadership styles you should and should not implement in order to gain full effectiveness from your autistic employees
Gain an insight into which situations can cause blockages from autistic employees

"My most important lesson: I have to adjust my communication because it is difficult (if not impossible) for them."
Vanessa

Course leader: Ale Riedstra
Guest teacher: Janny Janssens

Course dates
19 maart
28 mei

Location
Amersfoort / Apeldoorn region

Price
€ 725 excl. VAT

Intended for:
Supervisors/managers.

Set up:
One day.

LMS verzorgt de individuele leiderschapstrainingen in samenwerking met PAOTM (Post Academisch Onderwijs Techniek en Management).

Participant rating: 8.5

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Leading high performing autism

Gifted employees with autism have specific talents for the organization; extensive knowledge, focus and concentration, an eye for detail, analytical ability and thoroughness. With this course you will utilize the specific autistic related talents in the organization better.

Many talented autistic employees become blocked either because of unclear assignments or unexpected changes. They are underestimated in their learning ability and intelligence, but overestimated in their ability to take up tasks, and plan, deal with social contact & deadlines.

How do you find the right way to lead these people?

You have extensive experience in managing people and you want to grow in your ability to lead this extraordinary target group. You want to create a clear and predictable context in which autistic employees can effectively give their all for the organization and develop themselves. You are looking for the right key to communicate with this target group.

What kind of leader are you for team members with (characteristics) of autism?

At the end of this module you will:

Gain knowledge of characteristics of autism that are combined with gifted ability
Recognize far more quickly autism in the work place
Gain a clearer handle on how to communicate with autistic employees
Understand better which leadership styles you should and should not implement in order to gain full effectiveness from your autistic employees
Gain an insight into which situations can cause blockages from autistic employees

 

Intended for:
Supervisors/managers.

Set up:
One day.

Course leaders
Ale Riedstra, Ankie van Lint

Course dates
Module 1: March 16-17, module 2: April 15-16, 2021
Module 1: May 18-19, module 2: June 15-16, 2021
Start: every 3 months

Location
Region Amersfoort/Apeldoorn (Netherlands)

Price
€2.900 ex VAT

LMS provides individual leadership training in collaboration with PAOTM (Post Academic Education Technology and Management).

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