Supervisory Short: Neurodiversity in the Workplace
April 7 @ 8:30 am - 9:00 am
Neurodiversity represents the inherent differences in neurological structure and function. The term encompasses neurocognitive differences such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and more.
Many organizations have committed to broadening their DEI efforts. Neurodiverse employees can aid in that activity while bringing valuable skill sets to the workplace. Hiring them is not about being nice or giving people jobs; it is about ensuring your business has the best workforce possible to meet its needs. To tap into this pool of potential valuable employees you may need to adjust your hiring and other workplace practices.
This program will provide attendees:
- A better understanding of neurodiversity
- Sourcing information of this under-served talent pool
- Ideas for adapting the interview process for neurodiverse candidates
- Suggestions to aid employees to remain in the job longer and be successful
- And an opportunity to ask questions
If you are having trouble keeping people in some of your high turnover positions might you be looking at the wrong individuals to fill those positions? Might there be some other talent pools worth exploring? This program will give you ideas to cast an even broader net when sourcing candidates … and maybe even viewing and working with your co-workers and employees from a different perspective.
- All times listed are Pacific Time
- Space is limited, and registration is on a “first come, first served” basis.
- If you do not receive confirmation of your registration or a reminder notice for the session your registration has not been received.
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- Full refund if your cancelation is received 14 or more days prior to the start of the series.
- No refund if you cancel with less than 14 days notice.
- No partial refund if you are unable to attend all sessions.