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Neurodiversity in the workplace: a strength-based approach

Why is this course so important right now?

Employers are scrambling to acquire the essential skills needed to bounce back from the pandemic. As a result, there’s been a surge in talent shortages, reaching a 15-year peak as businesses compete for qualified personnel. In this age of rapid technological progress, the very nature of work is undergoing significant change.

Workforce enhancement, achieved by partially automating tasks to complement and empower human workers, is set to bring about major shifts in job roles and required skills within companies. Organizations are actively working to close the skills gap, requiring a diverse range of talents to meet evolving demands.

Taking a fresh approach centred on skill sets could enable organizations to strategically tackle challenges while capitalizing on strengths. By embracing a deeper understanding, companies can enhance overall organizational performance.

 

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In a world where attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is increasingly recognized and understood, there remains a significant population who grapple silently with its challenges, often without a diagnosis. The experience of being undiagnosed with ADHD can be deeply traumatic, impacting every aspect of one’s life, yet the extent of this trauma is often overlooked […]

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Introduction In the realm of neurodiversity, understanding the dynamics between skill and talent is crucial. As we embark on this journey, we delve into the intricacies of how neurodiverse individuals perceive and harness their abilities. Skill and talent, often used interchangeably, harbour distinct meanings that can shape our perceptions of competence and potential. In this […]

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