SEE DIFFERENCE AS STRENGTH
TO WHOM? For companies that want to raise awareness of diversity and encourage everyone to be the best version of oneself.
It is important that different people can bring out their full potential. This is easier said than done.
The speaker and founder of MyDyslexia, Sirkku Jauhiainen, shares her own story and helps companies encourage their employees to be themselves.
As a result of this:
1. Employees see that things are done together and everyone’s contribution matters.
2. Feeling good
3. Better productivity
I tell my own story. How dyslexia has affected me as child, teenager and adult and how it has changed me in good and bad. The story about challenges, overcoming them and continuing to live life the way it is.
You can contact me and order me to give a speech. On premises or online. Duration usually 45min - 1h.
Price from 790€ VAT 0% + possible travel costs.
Specific date agreed by phone or e-mail. Booking at latest 2 weeks before the event.
The story about finding yourself, the story that encourages everyone to be as one is.
Other speeches and webinars
"Difficulties can be turned into strength."
- Sirkku Jauhiainen, founder of MyDyslexia
II tell my own story. How dyslexia has affected me as child, as teenager and as adult. How dyslexia has changed me in good and bad. I also give tips on how to help in learning.
In the webinar, you will hear my story and the challenges I have had and have with dyslexia. I will also give concrete tips on how to help your child.
Really good webinar. Got a lot of real information about dyslexia. It was a great that you told your story. We heard that there’s a lot you can achieve in life, you just have to work harder for it.
There were a lot of good tips on how to learn despite the dyslexia. Big thanks!
Through your story I understang better my child. I realised after hearing your story how strong the feeling of failure can be. It is really important that you talk about this. I would like all teachers to have an understanding of the issue and ways to support children.
Thank you so much for increasing understanding of dyslexia. But not just about dyslexia, but also about all the challenges that children have to wrestle with in school and learning. Your speech was by far the most open and best lecture from this perspective on special needs education. Big thanks!!