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D&I EXPERT INTERVIEW: Working with Neuro-Diverse Colleagues
April 30 @ 12:30 PM - 1:30 PMFree
- Do you know what neuro diversity is?
- Why does it matter to your Diversity & Inclusion agenda?
Join us and learn about types of neuro diversity. Know why employers should take steps to support neuro diversity in the workplace.
Find out what you can do to better support people with ADHD, autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia and other forms of neuro divergence.
This session is for you if:
- You currently have responsibility for driving Diversity & Inclusion;
- You are a Director in your company;
- Your role sits within Human Resources;
- You are a Diversity & Inclusion practitioner or champion; or
- You have a keen interest in D&I and are keen to ensure all people can thrive in your organisation.
This is a virtual session and it will be run on the Zoom video call platform. When you register you will receive an invite with the link.
For those that would like to join the session but can't make the date, the session will be recorded. Please do register to receive the recording.
What people say about The Big Fish Academy events:
“What a thought provoking and inspiring day. I was truly blown away by the different speakers – they all covered interesting topics and their passion was great! I’m looking forward to the next event!” – Rosie Hutton, HR manager CBRE
“A really well-balanced day, insightful panel contributions and thought-provoking discussions. Feel energised to go back to my senior management team with a strategy and plan!” – Nicky Ormrod, General Counsel at SEGA UK
“It has been great to hear honest and practical experience of other D&I practitioners, get new insights and bring greater focus to my work” – Jo Stansfield, Global Lead Diversity & Inclusion at Aveva
“The Big Fish Academy has broadened my horizons as to how I can go back to my organisation to help implement change for creating a better gender balance in the next year.” – Bridie Sheldon, Client Director at Hitachi Vantara
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