She is the one with the malfunctioning disposition man. Imagine going through life and sitting at a piano to only play one note? No thanks. If I'm not around people who are invigorating I am O U T.
I thought that was illegal, I'm pretty sure that is. Discrimination base on medical.
I truly respect and admire your transparency. I find you refreshing and extremely motivating!
I am surprised that she wrote that, and also, why do you feel it necessary to disclose your autism?
Passionate people make the best leaders because they can rally people on the team together to move towards a common goal! The people I remember most in my career are the fun ones who got me excited! In this case, it's really their loss, not yours! I'm with you brush it off and find your own path!
That is unfortunate, however, you not a victim. This is discrimination, but that word gets a lot of bad press. We discriminate every day in our choices of what to do, how to do, when to do.
Discrimination has a motive that, given a history, pattern can be inferred.
Is it racism, predigested, bigotry, personal preference... a feeling of liking or wanting one person or thing more than another person or thing?
They are all different, though today conflated.
This is a single event. I infer personal preference.
The thing is the "my authentic self" and the "whole me" crowd are likely to overlap the "speak your truth" and "the company I work for must align with my values" on the venn diagram.
Your employer wants results without drama.
I have always been expressive. I can't play poker. My communication has often been mistaken for anger. I attended a class at Atlanta Tech Village on emotion, it was a pilot for a course. The instructor gave me an example. Emotion is ok and even helpful in communication, but it drains the recipient.
I attended your Agile Scrum Master certification course. I loved it. I don't buy into pure Agile, but you made me care about what you were teaching. I found value where I otherwise may not have.