In a series of 2 on demand sessions and a downloadable guide, discover how to create an environment where neurodivergent employees can thrive. Hear from neurodivergent employees as they share their experiences of neurodiversity and what empowers them to succeed. Gain insights from brands leading the way.
Register to gain access to both sessions and a guide to understanding neurodiversity. By registering, you'll also receive a bonus special - a recorded session on understanding dyslexia, with Dyslexic TV presenter Jay Blades MBE.
1 in 5 of people have a neurodiversity such as Dyslexia, Autism and ADHD. These individuals think in ways that are truly unique, and bring talents to the workplace that are simply unforgettable. They thrive and are more likely to succeed in a workplace where they can understand more and work in their own way. By supporting neurodivergent employees to achieve in their own way, we create a space where innovation and creativity can flourish.
In this series, explore what you can do to create a working environment that enables and encourages employees to understand, communicate and work in the way that suits them best.
You'll receive 2 sessions and 1 guide including:
You'll also receive a bonus special where we take a look at dyslexia through the eyes of Dyslexic TV presenter Jay Blades MBE.
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Neurodivergent individuals have unique ways of thinking, processing, learning and behaving. That means they bring to the workplace talents that are simply unforgettable. From out-of-the-box thinking to creative solutions, their strengths can improve the success of any project or task. Despite this, just 1 in 10 organisations include neurodiversity in their people management practices.
In this session, explore what you can do to help your neurodivergent colleagues thrive. Our panel share advice based on their lived experiences and professional insights. They’ll also highlight common challenges with the modern workplace that can impact career success, and offer tips to overcome them.
43% of employees with disabilities or neurodiverse conditions do not feel comfortable to approach their employer to ask for change. Fear of stigma is a leading cause. Openly embracing differences, and supporting different ways of thinking and doing greatly improves the employee experience.
In this session, explore programmes and initiatives proven to make a difference. Take away actionable inclusion strategies that’ll help you make a difference. You'll gain insights from Leila McKenzie-Delis, CEO & Founder of DIAL Global & The McKenzie-Delis Foundation, who will share examples from some well known brands leading the way.
Leila is a passionate thought leader with multiple business and charitable interests. In 2019, Leila founded DIAL Global, a global community for ‘Diverse Inclusive Aspirational Leaders’. DIAL Global’s purpose is to foster a more open, diverse and inclusive society by helping organisations to think differently about their working culture, recruitment, attitudes and understanding of diversity in all its forms. The community includes a podcast series ‘Diverse Inclusive Leaders’ and YouTube channel, featuring exclusive talks with the most inspirational and accomplished thought leaders of today.
Leila has also created the McKenzie-Delis Foundation – a charity dedicated to furthering the research and insight into diversity, inclusion and belonging. In 2020, they launched the McKenzie-Delis Review - a ground-breaking report on diversity and inclusion in the UK workplace.
This guide is designed to support leaders and business professionals who are curious about neurodiversity. In the guide, uncover the power of neurodiverse teams. Gain advice to help you support neurodivergent employees. Hear how other businesses are supporting neurodivergent employees, such as Network Rail, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and Sainsbury's.
At least 1 in 10 of us has Dyslexia, yet many still experience a lack of understanding and support for Dyslexia in the world of work.
In this session, take a look at Dyslexia through the eyes of Jay Blades MBE, a UK TV presenter with Dyslexia. In his latest BBC documentary ‘Learning to read at 51’, Jay shares his journey as one of 8 million adults in the UK who has difficulty reading. In this Q&A, we chat with Jay about some of the challenges he has faced. We also be uncover the strengths of Dyslexic thinking that have led to his successful career.