Do you support a neurodivergent workplace?
As managers and leaders, it’s important we are creating workplace cultures that embrace neurodiversity and provide an inclusive environment for all employees.
It is estimated that 15% of the population are neurodiverse or identify as neurodivergent. What does this mean for your organisation and as a leader, how do you best support this in your workplace?
Our upcoming Lead the Way webinar will explore Neurodiversity and how by embracing Neurodivergence in the workforce, you can significantly increase creativity, innovation, profit and demonstrate an increased positive engagement for all employees.
Join us as Samantha Nuttall, Founder of ‘The Neurodivergent Coach’ shares her insights on these topical points and how “The 3 Rs” – Recruitment, Retention, and ROI – are affected when you fail to consider neurodivergence within your workplace. Samantha will also provide a comprehensive roadmap to increase your Neuro-inclusive practices and share valuable tips to support you and your organisation.
Founder of The Neurodivergent Coach
Samantha Nuttall is on a mission to change global employment outcomes for Neurodivergent people; by supporting Neurodivergent professionals to thrive in the workplace and enabling organisations to create inclusive cultures where their Neurodivergent employees belong and succeed.
Sam is an experienced HR professional, Coach, Facilitator, and Speaker with over 20 years' of experience working for organisations such as Deloitte, University of Sydney, and Australian Network on Disability. She holds a bachelor's degree in Sociology and a Post Graduate Diploma in Coaching Psychology.
As one of a growing number of late diagnosed Neurodivergent adults, and parent to two gorgeous Neurodivergent children, she brings a unique perspective of what it means to be a female Neurodivergent professional juggling a significant caring role, whilst forging a career in a Neurotypical world.
Complimentary for Members
A$30 for Non-Members
|Lead the way - Neurodiversity in Action
|Wednesday 8 May 2024
|12:00 pm - 01:00 pm