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Please join West LA CHADD when we welcome Cameron Gott, speaking on, "The Three Barriers of ADHD."
Wonder why managing ADHD is so difficult? There are actually three distinct obstacles that stand in the way of progress and change that are unique to the ADHD experience. Executive ADHD Coach Cameron Gott will explore all three and share ways to break through these barriers. ADHD blocks our path to new awareness, action and learning. Join Cameron for a highly interactive and engaging conversation where he discusses root causes and shares key steps to moving forward.
BIO: An Executive ADHD coach since 2000, Cameron Gott, PCC, works with creative leaders and business owners worldwide to help them take action more efficiently and lead more effectively. Cam also trains and mentors ADHD coaches at Coach Approach Training, a full service ADHD coach training program. He hosts the popular Translating ADHD podcast with fellow coach Shelly Collins. He teaches several group coaching courses including courses through Translating ADHD and through Melissa Orlov’s ADHD Marriage program. Cam is a co-author of a book on positive accountability and speaks and teaches on a variety of topics including ADHD coaching, emotional health and resilience, positive accountability, effective leadership and models for change. He offers an introduction to coaching for organizations wanting a simple coaching model to complement their other services. Cam’s Global Creative blog addresses the challenges and opportunities facing creative leaders and business owners with ADHD. He is now really curious about the nexus of ADHD, emotional management and Positive Intelligence and also considering the role of emotions in motivation and effective leadership. Cam lives outside of Charlottesville, VA in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains with his wife and two children.