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    Leading A Neurodiverse Workforce

    Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 12:00 PM until 1:00 PMCentral Daylight Time UTC -05:00

    In this webinar, you will begin to understand that more must be done to enhance neurodiversity in our organizations. You will learn about the neurodiversity at work movement and develop tips to create a more inclusive and effective workforce. You will walk away with a better appreciation for the immense importance of considering neurodiversity when leading, and begin to understand some of the misperceptions about the topic. By the end of the webinar, you will be able to articulate some of the strengths and challenges of neurodiverse individuals in the workforce, and gain some knowledge and tools to help you lead more thoughtfully.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND
    This webinar is appropriate for:

    • Employees, leaders & HR professionals who want to learn more about neurodiversity
    • Leaders who yearn to better connect with a diverse workforce
    • Leaders and HR professionals who are hoping to create a more diverse workforce
    • Employees who suspect that they, or some of their peers/coworkers, may be neurodivergent
    HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
    By the end of the webinar, you will:
    • Define neurodiversity and begin to understand how it might impact you and your employees
    • Articulate some of the myths and biases surrounding neurodiversity that likely impact you and your workplace
    • Investigate how to make shifts to better lead those with neurodiversity at work
    PRESENTER
    Renee Kosiarek is a leadership expert, having designed and taught dozens of leadership and creativity courses at DePaul University, North Central College, and Aurora University. She has coached hundreds of individuals and been trained by some of the world's leading experts on leadership and empowerment. Renee has come to believe that neurodiversity training is a critical missing piece in leadership development, and is on a mission to amplify the voices of neurodivergent workers so they can live, work and lead in a more authentic and meaningful way. She is a trained lawyer who received her juris doctorate from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

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