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Do genes associated with ADHD and depression predispose to success?
I observed that a disproportionate number of church leaders, especially senior pastors-met the criteria for having ADHD. Continue reading
Posted in ADHD, Depression, Leadership, Mental Health Tagged ADHD, Adoption, Depression, entrepreneurs, genetics, Hidden Disabilities, Key Ministry, leadership traits, mental illness, pastors 2 Comments
Do some disabilities predispose individuals for leadership?
I thought I’d share links to a couple of excellent articles for your reading pleasure that postulate specific advantages to two hidden disabilities in the formation of successful leaders. Continue reading
High Risk, High Reward…Disabilities and Leadership
I’m not so sure about the impact of visible disabilities upon ability to perform effectively in leadership positions, but there’s interesting evidence to suggest that traits associated with hidden disabilities may be very adaptive for some leaders.