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Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Why neuroinclusion is good for business


Organisations striving to create inclusive environments are rapidly seeing the value of embracing neurodiversity in the workplace, especially with the recent findings and recommendations in The Buckland Review for Autism Employment.


Research show that teams with neurodivergent professionals can be 30% more productive than those without them.

What is neurodiversity?


Neurodiversity describes the spectrum of neurological differences including ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia and more.


Neuroinclusion is the practice of valuing and integrating neurodiverse individuals into the workplace and has emerged as a pivotal strategy for forward-thinking organisations.


At the heart of neuroinclusion lies the recognition that diversity isn't just about representation; it's about leveraging unique perspectives and strengths. From enhanced problem-solving abilities to unparalleled attention to detail, neurodiversity is reshaping the way we perceive talent and potential in the workplace.


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How neurodiversity is changing work


Unleashing Creativity and Innovation


Having a neurodiverse team will help to bring a range of different perspectives and approaches to the table. This results in more ideas which are ‘outside of the box’ and this encourages the team to approach problems from unconventional angles. This fresh perspective fuels creativity and innovation, driving organisations to explore new possibilities and solutions that may have otherwise remained undiscovered.


Fostering Inclusive Cultures


Neuroinclusive organisations cultivate environments where individuals feel valued, respected, and empowered to contribute their unique talents and insights. By fostering a culture of inclusivity, organisations not only attract top talent but also create a sense of belonging that drives employee engagement and retention.




Redefining what success looks like


Traditional measures of success often place restraints around the approach and methods used to achieve a goal, which can lead to missed opportunities and untapped potential.

As organisations embrace neurodiversity, they are releasing the constraints of traditional approaches supporting greater innovation, problem solving and business success.

Neurodiversity celebration week


During Neurodiversity Celebration Week, join us for a free 20 minute workshop exploring ‘Why Neuroinclusion is Good for Business, and the World’ with executive coach and facilitator Hayley Brackley



Learning at Work Week is also a great time to tap into the "Learning Power" of your team and Neurodiversity expect Hayley is offering sessions on neuroinclusion to bring your whole team together. Contact us for pricing and availability.








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