We work with employees with neuro-differences, as well as their employers, to identify ways to maximise their unique working styles and improve communication and understanding. By putting these employees in the driving seat, we discover what works best for them and help to implement learning strategies going forward.[box title=””]
Do you know your workforce? Are you aware of the hidden talents you could be missing out on because an employee has a different way of working? These are some of the questions that could be of concern if you haven’t explored the hidden potential of people with neuro-differences.
Around 10-15% of the workforce suffer with dyslexia. If we take into account all specific learning difficulties and different ways of working, this percentage is much higher. This considerable portion of the workforce could be missing their chance to shine, if their learning difficulties aren’t fully understood by their employers.
Having a diagnosis of a specific learning difficulty can be a life changing experience and requires the correct level of support from employers as well as friends and family. Often after a diagnosis, the individual and employer are left thinking, what does this mean?
That is where individual training and coaching can come in.
This training and coaching programme is designed to help employees with dyslexia as well as their managers understand the strengths and weaknesses of their unique working style.
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We evaluate the effectiveness of all our coaching and training interventions using standardised and validated outcome measurement tools, enabling client organisations to track their return on investment.
Please note that all sessions are confidential and we do not provide feedback to the employer regarding any specific issues that are discussed during the sessions without the express consent of the coachee.
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Awareness training for managers and HR enabling them to actively take on the challenges of working with neuro-diversity in the workplace.