Sometimes you just need to shut up — and listen to the perspectives and experiences of others.

Neurodiverse learners don’t learn deficiently. Rather, they learn differently. But their unique perspectives are rarely taken into account by organizational learning and development (L&D) initiatives. Without their input, your training is likely to fall short of producing behavior change at scale.

Download the e-book, “Learning When To Shut Up: Shifting Learning Design From Engagement to Enfranchisement,” to learn how you can improve experiences and outcomes for everyone, as well as how to:

    • Move from engagement to enfranchisement.
    • Ensure everyone at your organization has a voice.
    • Benefit all learners with accessible design.

 

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