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Navigating neurodiversity in the workplace

event date March 04, 2024 event timing 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Virtual Members: FREE Non-Members: £10

Event overview

Explore neurodiversity's workplace implications in this session, delving into neurodivergence concepts and fostering inclusivity. Gain insights into neurodivergent conditions, terminology, and strategies to create an inclusive environment.



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About this event

As neurodiversity becomes a word we hear more and more, but do we really know what it means? And the implications for us in the workplace? During this session, you will be introduced to the concept of neurodiversity and neurodivergence; and how you can begin to take the first steps to being neuroinclusive at work.

user-icon Key Takeaways

  • You’ll know what neurodiversity and neurodivergence are.

  • Understand the language and terminology around neurodiversity.

  • An introduction to some of the neurodivergent conditions and differences you may have already heard of.

  • An insight into how to check your bias’s and welcome colleagues into an environment of inclusion.

Our Speaker

Hayley Brackley

Hayley Brackley is the founder of Great Minds Don’t, a learning consultancy specialising in neuroinclusion.

Hayley is a dedicated coach, trainer, and speaker who brings a wealth of experience and a genuine passion for her work. With a focus on improving wellbeing, communication, and productivity, in the workplace, Hayley is committed to helping individuals and teams unlock their full potential. She has a strong background in the corporate world and the emergency services, providing her with a unique perspective and the skills to effectively support organisations and individuals in their diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.

"Growing up as the neurodivergent one in a neurotypical world, I've experienced exclusion and marginalisation first hand. I became coach and trainer to change this! To empower and encourage neurodivergent individuals and to educate and inspire organisations. Inclusion is never about ticking a box, but welcoming each other to a sense of belonging."

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