The Opportunities for Dyslexic New School Leavers

The Opportunities for Dyslexic New School Leavers

It’s interesting when I read about successful entrepreneurs, to see just how many are dyslexic.

I also find it uplifting and motivating that a lot of these dyslexic entrepreneurs talk about how being dyslexic has helped them get to where they are today.

I know for myself that being dyslexic and choosing to be an entrepreneur has been the best decision I’ve ever made.  This is because I can align everything to my strengths and work within a boundary that I feel comfortable with.

During this blog, I want to go through a range of different skills that successful entrepreneurs have, especially when they are dyslexic.

I also want to go through some ideas for entrepreneurs that will help give us a head start in our careers

Leaders Working off the Strengths of Staff with Different Learning Styles

Leaders Working off the Strengths of Staff with Different Learning Styles

Just recently, I have been working really closely with my mentor on ways to build my business and really target my niche audience.

I am very passionate about helping a whole range of people, from new school leavers to executives with different learning styles learn leadership differently and help them gain the confidence to be the best leader they can be with the awesome strengths they already have.

As part of leadership, it’s vital that we are continually learning new skills or finding new

The Benefits of Staff with Dyslexia in the Workplace

The Benefits of Staff with Dyslexia in the Workplace

Being someone who is very open with the fact that I have dyslexia, I have been very open with my past employers about my difficulties.

Yet still, I found that there was no assistance or help to make my role any easier. 

This would then play on my mental health such as creating stress, anxiety, depression, a dip in self-confidence and motivation to want to do a good job.

It made me think that management and leaders in our workplace might not know how exactly to help people with these types of problems. Often people with learning difficulties don't know how to find help to improve their career and leadership opportunities.