Jan has provided us with practical, valuable advice. Working with CTC Productivity has increased my firm's overall efficiency by at least 30%. Money and time well spent!
Douglas Brown, Brown & Carlson
Our team walked away with many action items to save us time: more efficient use of emails, more effective meetings, and increased focus time through time management best practices.
Wendi Breuer, SeaChange
During a CEO peer group session, a member told us how just one tip Jan suggested could positively impact the way his entire company operated.  He said, "That right there is a multi-million dollar idea."
Tom McDougall, High Point Networks
Jan is great at listening, sorting out the problems and providing practical advice with follow-up steps. I found her coaching to be a great way to boost my personal effectiveness and that of our team.
Jim Schowalter, MN Council of Health Plans
Jan has a talent for quickly identifying strengths, weaknesses and realistic areas for improvement.
Michael Opack, Heacox, Hartman, Koshmrl, Cosgriff, & Johnson P.A.

The fact that ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is being more frequently diagnosed among children is not new information.  Adult ADHD cases, however, are becoming much more prominent, impacting personal lives, as well as career aspirations.

An estimated 8 million adults in the United States have ADHD.  Less than 20 percent have been officially diagnosed, and of those that are diagnosed, only about 25 percent seek help.*

If you think ADHD might be the cause of your productivity struggles at work, review the following list of symptoms, and be sure to consult your doctor if you’re experiencing one or more items on the list.

Signs and Symptoms of ADHD

  • Inability to focus
  • Disorganization
  • Difficulty listening to instructions or remembering details
  • Inattention
  • Impulsiveness
  • Difficulty completing tasks

As Business Coaches, we’ve had highly successful clients express shame in not being able to keep up with their basic workflow or simple everyday tasks.  The general inability to remain focused during a meeting is also a common complaint.

Many have the gift of being strategic and creative thinkers, but may lack some of the fundamentals for managing detail-oriented tasks. While there is no shame in that, maintaining accuracy, efficiency and timeliness can be much more challenging.

How We Help

In addition to medical resources, Business Coaches can be extremely valuable in working with clients with ADHD symptoms of varying degrees.  It is our goal to help all clients obtain their optimal level of productivity, while maintaining a high level of job satisfaction.  We do this in the following ways:

  • Environment: Helping to create a workplace environment that minimizes distractions, and maximizes your talents and interests.
  • Time Management: Evaluate workflow to ensure ample focused time can be dedicated to your most critical work.  Starting your day with a detailed time schedule can be a life saver!
  • Use of Resources: Seeking realistic opportunities for delegating/outsourcing mundane tasks. We help you find ways to spend less time on distracting details and more time on revenue-generating activities.

Remember, Adult ADHD affects millions of people just like you and your co-workers.  Getting the help you need to be more productive, to build better relationships and to optimize your career is as simple as contacting us today!

*Statistical information provided by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.

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