When organisations want to introduce or expand existing neurodiversity initiatives, one of the most common barriers we hear is a lack of buy-in from organisational leadership.
Leaders and managers may be resistant to change, lack awareness of the benefits of change, believe change is not possible, or just generally be apathetic. This often results in tokenistic projects or ‘HR / D&I initiatives’ leading to at best, limited results.
In this interactive webinar, we wanted to pull together and share common approaches for you to consider when creating or developing your neurodiversity strategy.
Where might you get started? And when you have an idea of what you would like to do, what has worked elsewhere in creating the ‘value proposition’ or ‘business case’?
We will discuss:
• What neurodiversity is and why you should care
• Why organisations should design for neuro-inclusion, and why many are not
• Common approaches for you to consider when creating or developing your neurodiversity strategy
• Common mistakes and pitfalls, and how to avoid them
• The results of what happens when you design for neuro-inclusion
While every organisation and culture are different, we have found that many of the core questions and building blocks can overlap.
There will be lots of time for interaction and Q&A.
About the facilitator
Aidan Healy is a Business Psychologist and Chair of the Lexxic Board. He is on a mission to create a working world where all minds belong. He has over fifteen years of experience in people development roles holding qualifications in psychology, leadership development and coaching.
Lexxic are a specialist consultancy who are leaders in the field of neurodiversity in the workplace. With a fifteen-year track record, they partner with organisations to empower neurodiverse talent and help them to become Neurodiversity Smart.