Diversity & Inclusion

Why Your Company Needs Diversity Training

The topic of diversity and inclusion has remained a popular topic of discussion over the past few years. In recent months, employees have been empowered to voice their opinions on the lack of diversity at many companies across the country. Firms implementing initiatives to address these concerns must include diversity and inclusion training as part …

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From Neurodiversity to Neuroinclusion

Neurodiversity, of course, refers to the human reality of the infinite variation of human brains. There is no one “normal” brain, and as such humans (and consequently, any organization or team) are naturally neurodiverse. Yet the term has also become shorthand, over the last few years, for a new category or “pillar” of corporate diversity …

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7 Ways Your Hiring Process May Be Unintentionally Excluding Neurodivergent Talent

7 Ways Your Hiring Process May Be Unintentionally Excluding Neurodivergent Talent There is still a chronic lack of awareness of neurodiversity in society as a whole, and as a result in many workplaces. Forms of neurodivergence remain poorly understood, generalized and stereotyped – for example, that all autistic people are male, or that ADHDers cannot …

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4 Competitive Advantages From Having a Truly Diverse Workplace

Diversity of talent allows for a broader set of perspectives to come together in any creative work, leading to more effective problem solving and decision-making. Even being exposed to diversity can change the way an individual person thinks. It’s not surprising to see more diverse teams consistently outperform less diverse teams in terms of innovation and financial performance in recent studies such as these by HBR and the Credit Suisse Research Institute.