Thinking Differently & Supporting Unique Talents
Neurodiversity has gained increasing attention, recognising that individuals with neurological differences, such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and others, possess unique strengths and perspectives that can greatly benefit the workplace. However, despite this growing recognition, many workplaces still struggle to support neurodiverse staff, leading to recruitment, retention, and productivity challenges. Learning the skills to create an inclusive workplace that accommodates the needs of all employees, including those with neurological differences, is more important than ever before.
By embracing neurodiversity, employers can tap into the talents and perspectives of individuals with unique problem-solving abilities, exceptional attention to detail, and specialised skills that can contribute to the organisation's success.
Moreover, accommodations that may be made for neurodivergent individuals, such as flexible work schedules or sensory-friendly workspaces, can benefit all employees by creating a more comfortable and flexible workplace.
At Neurodiversity at Work, you will receive expert insight into different forms of neurodiversity and the unique attributes associated with each. Through workshops, case studies, and personal perspectives, you will gain the understanding needed to create a neurodiverse workplace that enables your staff and organisation to thrive.
- Learn how to recruit, manage and support neuro-minority staff, ensuring that they have equal opportunities to progress and flourish within your organisation
- Bring new, innovative ideas on increasing neurodiversity in your workplace back to your organisation with the insight needed to put them into practice
- Hear from leading figures about how to educate staff and foster an understanding of neurodiversity within your organisation
- Receive on-demand recordings of all sessions after the event
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in creating a neurodiverse workplace, including:
- HR managers/officers
- Wellbeing officers
- Senior managers
- Trade unions
- Staff network leads and representative groups
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