To genuinely offer equal opportunities for neurodivergent talent, organizations must cultivate an inclusion culture that acknowledges and values the distinct perspectives, skills, and talents of neurodivergent employees in meaningful ways. Creating a neuroinclusive culture takes time, intentional effort, deliberate action, and self-assessment. It starts with understanding that our workplaces are designed to cater to the needs and preferences of dominant identities, which can present both explicit and implicit barriers for neurodivergent employees who may work and behave differently than normative expectations.
In this session, you will hear from both neurodivergent and neurotypical program leads from Neurodiversity@Work Roundtable Employers as they discuss practical strategies companies can implement today to make a difference and progress toward a more neuroinclusive culture.
- Gain a deeper understanding of Neuroinclusion and learn how to support the growth and development of your neurodivergent workforce.
- Explore specific examples to build neuroinclusion competency among employees and managers, recruiting teams, through organizational change, accommodations teams, and more and create a neuroinclusive workplace that benefits all employees!
- Discover ways your company can collaborate with the neurodiversity community to foster systemic neuroinclusivity across all business functions, policies, and processes.
Anthony Pacilio – Vice President, Neurodiverse Solutions at CAI
- Stephen DeStefani – Senior Vice President, Neurodiversity Program Executive at Wells Fargo
- James Mahoney – Chief Operating Officer at Rangam Consultants
- Natalia Lyckowski – Global Neurodiversity Advancement Leader at IBM
- Landon Huber – Advisory Managing Director at Deloitte
Hosted by: CAI
Location: Ritz Carlton Ballroom 4, Ritz-Carlton