Employee Performance Problems …… a headache you can’t seem to shift?

Employee performance problems can be such a headache.  If you’ve tried all sorts and  things don’t seem to be improving it can be difficult to know where to turn to for help.

Dyslexia in Business

Employee Performance Problems………

If the issues seem to revolve around time management,  organisation skills, prioritization of workload …… you might want to consider passing on your ‘headache’ to see if Specialist Strategy Coaching can help.

Workplace Strategy Coaching supports the individual to develop tools and techniques to  increase their productivity, improve organisational skills and to generally help  people feel more ‘in control’ of their workload – thus having the knock-on effect of reducing anxiety and stress.  This type of training has its foundations in coaching people with dyslexia (and other Specific Learning Difficulties) in the workplace and is proven to be highly successful.


The added benefit gained from engaging a Dyslexia Workplace Specialist is that they truly understand the needs of business as well as the challenges faced by the individual.   Also, being pro-active in this way demonstrates that the organisation is aware of dyslexia (and considers its obligations under the Equality Act 2010 in respect of this).  Should it later transpire that this individual is actually one of the 10 – 15% of the population affected by dyslexia – (and there are countless numbers of ‘literate dyslexics’ working in every type of profession)………    Hey presto !!

‘pro-active intervention’.

(Sorry I didn’t mean to shout…..I forgot about the headache).

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