Topic: diversity and inclusion

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Unlocking neurodiversity in the workplace

Work’s where many of us spend a big chunk of our lives. It can be a productive, stimulating place where great things happen. But it’s not without its stresses, strains and challenges that employees face daily.

Belongingness at work: DE&I experts share how to create a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging

Hear 7 key thoughts from DE&I experts on creating a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging.

9 workplace inclusion questions answered - and tips from 30 DEI experts

Here, we answer 9 key questions around workplace inclusion based on advice shared by speakers at this year's Festival of Workplace Inclusion. Gain tips that'll help you revolutionize inclusion in your workplace.
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Supporting neurodiversity in the changing world of work

In this Q&A session, we hear from Aidan Healy, CEO of Lexxic, on supporting neurodiversity in today’s evolving workplace.

Supporting autistic employees during change

In this guest blog, our friends at Auticon tell us how they support employees with Autism during times of change.

12 tips for supporting colleagues with ADHD in the workplace

ADHD coaches, business leaders, and people with lived experience of ADHD share 12 tips to help you support employees with ADHD to accomplish their tasks and feel accepted in the work environment.
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The key to unlocking neurodiversity & the code for success

In a recent discussion, Texthelp, EY and SAP explored how to unlock the value of neurodiversity. But, what does it mean to ‘unlock the value of neurodiversity?’ Here, we answer that question while highlighting some key insights from the discussion.
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We’re back, with a focus on transforming tomorrow!

On 25 & 26 October, our virtual Festival of Workplace Inclusion will be back. As the second of its kind, it’s become an annual event exploring inclusion for neurodivergent, disabled & multilingual employees, and beyond!

Guide to the Future: Our Lessons from the EDU DeLorean

Discover our key takeaways from our back to school conference: Guide to The Future of Education: Lessons from the EDU Time machine.
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We’ve partnered with Lexxic to help you support neurodiversity and inclusion at work

We’re pleased to announce our recent partnership with Lexxic, an occupational psychology consultancy that specialises in neurodiversity in the workplace. Together, we’re on a mission to help organisations empower neurodiverse employees and make the workplace more inclusive for everyone!
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6 facts I wish people understood about neurodiversity

In this blog Cory shares what it’s like to be neurodiverse living in a ‘neurotypical’ world. Discover 6 facts he wants you to know.
6 facts I wish people understood about neurodiversity

Why your workplace needs a dash of Autism

Neurodiverse conditions are a part of human diversity with each making the world a more interesting and unique place to be. Those with Autism experience the world differently and offer original concepts of shared experiences.

Celebrating different minds

This week ( March 21st - 27th) marks Neurodiversity Celebration Week, an event that celebrates neurodivergent strengths at all stages in life, from school to the workplace.
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8 Steps to Inclusive Education Success - Arkansas State’s Story

Johnny Key, former Department of Education Secretary (Arkansas), led the inclusive education movement across the state. Read his top tips in our blog...
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Website Accessibility: How to Reach Everyone in Your Audience

Website accessibility is an important part of complete website optimization. Here’s how to make your website more accessible to your entire audience.
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How to approach disability inclusion with triple A technique

EY and Texthelp explore how to approach disability inclusion and create lasting impact.
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14 ways to future-proof your business with neuro-inclusion

14 business leaders share one key piece of advice on how organizations can be more neuro-inclusive.
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