Often, when leaders look at supporting neurodivergent colleagues at work, they talk about making “reasonable adjustments”. However, despite best intentions, this approach can make people feel singled out. Employers need to focus on creating a unified culture of support which doesn’t single individuals out and which benefits everyone. But this is easier said than done.
Ahead of Neurodiversity Celebration Week, join us from 12.00pm – 1.00pm on Thursday 9th March for our Make A Difference webinar, sponsored by Texthelp “How to create a workspace that celebrates and supports neurodiverse teams” to:
- Challenge stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences
- Recognise the many talents and advantages of being neurodivergent
- Find out how to create more inclusive and equitable cultures and work environments that celebrate differences and enable every individual to thrive
- Gain top tips from leading employers and tangible cross-sector takeaways you can take back to your organisation
Including insights from expert speakers:
- Professor Amanda Kirby, author of “Neurodiversity at Work” and “Neurodiversity in Education”
- Jill Norris, Senior Diversity, Inclusion and OD Consultant, NHS England
- Rebecca Smyth, Inclusive Technology Specialist, Texthelp
The content is designed for:
• C-Suite, HR, Wellbeing, Benefits & Rewards and Business Transformation Leaders
• Talent, Engagement and Communication Leaders
• Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Leaders
• Wellbeing Champions
In other words, anyone who is responsible for supporting the mental health and wellbeing of colleagues, and creating the working conditions under which every individual can thrive.
PLUS the first 10 to register and attend the live session will get a free copy of Prof. Amanda Kirby’s “Neurodiversity at Work” book (with a choice between the kindle version and the paperback).
We look forward to seeing you there. If you can’t make the date/time, go ahead and register anyway and we’ll send you the recording a few days after the session.
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