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DE&I(B) - Neuroprofitable™ Programs

Did you know it is estimated that up to 20% of the world’s population is Neurodiverse?

That means your business needs to be equipped with the tools and training to set your Neurodivergent employees and leadership up for success!

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What does Neurodiversity mean?

Neurodiversity is the concept that all humans vary in terms of our neurocognitive ability. Everyone has both talents and things they struggle with. However, for some people the variation between those strengths and challenges is more pronounced, which can bring advantage but can also be disabling.

It is the consistent debilitating aspects of a neurodiverse brain due to reduced neurocognitive ability, impacting routine functioning in daily life, that makes the distinction between “typical” and “neurodiverse” distinct.

How Can Eyes on HR Help My Company Build Neurodiversity Programs?

As someone who identifies as neurodivergent, Sarah intimately knows how to build supportive, flexible, responsive, and powerful neuroprofitable™ solutions that can deliver meaningful impacts to an organization’s profits.

Eyes on HR helps organizations build neurodiverse inclusive programs, helping organizations implement supportive environments to attract and retain both neurotypical and neurodivergent talent. These programs boost productivity of all employees, positively impact company culture, employee attraction, retention, and profits!

As a certified ADHD Works Coach, Sarah can not only train your leadership, HR team, and employee thought leaders on best practice neurodiversity supports, but she can also provide tailored one-on-one personalized ADHD coaching to those individuals that identify with having ADHD.

If your business is ready to explore some of these questions, you should call us!

  • What is neurodiversity, and why should we care as business leaders?

  • How can neurodiversity initiatives also positively impact neurotypical employees to improve their productivity?

  • Do neurodiverse employees need to "disclose" their disability or diagnosis?

  • What is the potential financial impact on those businesses that embrace neurodiverse talent in the "employee life-cycle"?

  • What is the business case to build and incorporate neurodiverse initiatives?

  • Do leaders need training on neurodiversity and how to support those that identify as neurodivergent?

Keep your business ahead of the curve.

Let Eyes on HR to help you create a plan to boost your company culture and create a supportive environment for ALL your employees.

Get started in just a few minutes by booking a no-obligation call with us to determine if this program is the right fit for your business.

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