Thrive Neurodiversity in the Workplace for Managers workshop
This is a one-day workshop delivered either online or face-to-face.
We understand the challenges managers can experience working within a neurodiverse team, so this training is specifically tailored for team managers.
- Do you want to improve communication in your workplace?
- Do you want managers to create an inclusive culture?
- Do you want to learn how diversity can be an asset?
This workshop develops in detail the themes from the Aware webinar. It’s designed to nurture an acceptance and change of culture around neurodiversity. This workshop features many hands-on learning opportunities.
What you will learn
- Confidently list the main neurodiverse conditions and the set of strengths common to each condition
- Develop an understanding of how an individual living with each condition may present within the workplace
- Gain a basic understanding of executive functioning
- Understand the concept of neurodiversity in terms of executive functioning within daily life
- Personally experience what it feels like to have an executive functioning challenge.
- Understand why it’s important for diversity and inclusion to include neurodivergent individuals
- The concept of school trauma and the impact this has on learning new skills
- Understand how meltdowns and shutdowns occur and the negative impacts they have
- Discover ways to create a more sensory-safe working environment
- Understand the idea that anxiety can be caused by external factors
- Be able to recognise anxiety within yourself and others, and learn ways to manage anxiety
- Create a mental health and wellbeing virtual toolbox to support yourself and anyone else experiencing a crisis
- Learn the importance of clear communication and develop an understanding of how complicated communication actually is
- Start to understand that all behaviour is communication and aim to support rather than judge.
- Unpack that communication errors are faults on all sides and find out how to prevent low morale within a workplace.
- Discover the importance of supporting those who self-identify as neurodivergent
- The positive impact that you can make through reasonable adjustments
- Contemporary attitudes and actions regarding neurodiversity management
- Case study – examine and discuss a real-life example in the workplace
- Policies that currently support neurodiverse employees or managers
- What policies should be in place to offer the necessary support
- Reasonable adjustments that can be implemented immediately
- Enabling effective long-term support
At the end of this session your managers will be able to confidently approach and articulate their intent to create a fully inclusive workplace for all.