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Neurodiversity is the concept that all humans vary in terms of our thinking and processing. Within a group, each person has talents and things they struggle with. However, for some people the variation between those strengths and weaknesses is more pronounced, which can bring talent but can also be disabling.

Within the field of Neurodiversity, there are conditions which are considered to be Neurodivergent, these include Autism Spectrum Condition, ADHD, Dyslexia, OCD, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Tourette’s Syndrome, and other acquired neurological conditions.

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Our Neurodiversity and Neurodivergence live learning sessions are a gteat way to increase knowledge and understanding, build inclusion and take away tangible skills to create a workplace that allows everyone to have a great day at work. 

 

Each of these courses can be purchased as a stand alone, or as part of a strategic neuroinclusion programme. 

Should your business have a specific need from this session, we’ll be happy to support you in bespoke or tailored design. As with all Great Minds Don’t training, these sessions are lively, relaxed and interactive, whether delivered face to face or virtually.

Awareness Training sessions are designed to be an introduction to neurodiversity. We recommend sessions being open to all employees, whether they are Neurodivergent or not, or line managers or not.

This can be a one hour introduction webinar, up to a full day.

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Neurodiversity and Neurodivergence Awareness

We explore neurodiversity and neurodivergence, cover the knowledge and insights needed to confidently champion neuroinclusion, and conclude with tangible action planning.

This is a full day course.

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Neurodiversity and Neurodivergence for People Managers

In this session we will raise awareness of Neurodiversity as a concept; what it is, what it means and how it can present. We will look at how to create great learning environments that allow everyone to have a great experience in a training setting.

This is a full day course.

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Neurodiversity Awareness for Trainers and Facilitators

We delve into neurodiversity and neurodivergence, equipping ourselves with the requisite knowledge and insights to effectively champion neuroinclusion within the organisation, culminating in actionable plans for fostering an inclusive workplace.

This is a full day course.

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Neurodiversity and Neurodivergence for People Professionals and HR

This programme will equip colleagues to become Neurodiversity Champions within your workplace.

 

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Neurodiversity Champions Programme

This development programme supports your neurodivergent colleagues to progress within their career, in a way that works for them.

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Career acceleration for Neurodivergent Colleagues

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This two day session combines neurodiversity and neurodivergence knowledge with leading psychometric and personality profiling to support your teams to be their best.

Neurodiversity Awareness and Team Cohesion

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Working with your leaders, to develop a strategy and tangible action plan to create a neuroinclusive workplace.

Neuroinclusion Strategy Day

In these one hour informative webinars, we explore the concept of neurodiversity and its significance in fostering inclusive workplaces, providing practical insights for embracing diversity and maximising the potential of all employees.

This session provides attendees with a comprehensive understanding of dyslexia, including its manifestations, challenges, and effective support mechanisms for individuals navigating this neurodiversity in professional environments.

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An Introduction to Dyslexia

This session offers attendees a comprehensive overview of dyscalculia, encompassing its characteristics, challenges, and practical strategies for supporting individuals with dyscalculia in professional contexts.

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An Introduction to Dyscalculia

This session provides attendees with a thorough introduction to dyspraxia, covering its symptoms, impacts, and effective strategies for supporting individuals with dyspraxia in professional environments.

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An Introduction to Dyspraxia

This session delivers a comprehensive understanding of dysgraphia, exploring its symptoms, challenges, and practical approaches for supporting individuals with dysgraphia in professional settings.

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An Introduction to Dysgraphia

This session offers attendees a comprehensive overview of autism spectrum disorder, covering its characteristics, strengths, challenges, and effective strategies for creating inclusive environments in workplaces and communities.

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An Introduction to Autism

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This session provides attendees with a comprehensive understanding of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), including its symptoms, impacts, and practical strategies for supporting individuals with ADHD in various settings such as work and everyday life.

An Introduction to ADHD

This session delivers practical insights and techniques for enhancing communication skills, covering verbal and non-verbal cues, active listening, empathy, and effective ways to convey messages in diverse personal and professional contexts.

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Strategies for Communication

This session on provides attendees with actionable techniques and tools to enhance their productivity levels, including time management, prioritisation, goal setting, and methods for maintaining focus and motivation amidst distractions.

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Strategies for Productivity

This session focuses on how to ensure your entire recruitment process welcomes everyone, from all neurotypes.

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Neuroinclusive Recruitment

Neurodiversity Coaching is offered to individuals who have one or more Neurodivergent conditions, or associated traits.

During coaching sessions we will work with your employee to identify what is working well, what is not working so well, and help them to develop strategies that increase wellbeing, performance and productivity in the workplace. We use an evidence based and whole person approach to support the client in adopting new habits and strategies.

 

In between sessions, the client will be asked to complete activities, exercises or reflections, this is to support the work in session and ensure the benefits realised from coaching have a long term impact.

Our programme of coaching starts at 4 sessions, and is usually conducted online, increasing accessibility and ease for coachees. 

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1:1 Neurodivergence Coaching

These are joint sessions for employees and their managers, fostering mutual understanding and support.

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Co-Coaching

These sessions recognise the unique challenges of being Neurodivergent in a senior leadership role. 

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Executive Coaching

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Consultancy

As organisations further their diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging agendas, it is becoming more apparent that the inclusion of Neurodiversity in the workplace has not previously been considered with the merit required. The practice of Neuroinclusion allows businesses a greater competitive advantage, increased employee engagement and well-being, and compliance with the Equality Act 2010.

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