Workplaces Need To Do a Better Job of Embracing Neurodiversity

In a work world dominated by automation, digitalization, and increasing incivility, the need for the particular strengths of sensitive strivers has never been greater.

A sensitive striver is an employee who is both highly sensitive and high-achieving. Their empathy, emotional intelligence, and superior level of perception and insight offer an undeniable…

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Author of TRUST YOURSELF. Executive coach to Sensitive Strivers. Human behavior professor. Featured in NYT, NBC, CNN. https://melodywilding.com/book

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Melody Wilding, LMSW

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Author of TRUST YOURSELF. Executive coach to Sensitive Strivers. Human behavior professor. Featured in NYT, NBC, CNN. https://melodywilding.com/book

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