HR and L&D leaders are tasked with building teams for creativity, engagement and profit. To do so successfully and sustainably, they must think strategically and deeply about company – and team – culture.
There is clear evidence to support the benefits of considering candidates with ASD as potential employees.
Thought Industries, creator of the world’s first Learning Business Platform™, today announced its partnership with Uptimize, an e-Learning provider focused on neurodiversity inclusion.
Barriers to achieving gender-balanced leadership are deeply rooted and persistent. Outdated thinking patterns and corporate narratives are partially to blame.
By having a common language about preferences, a new team can rapidly surface its work styles and strengths, bolster awareness, and even up its “conflict competence” down the road.
Every employee has something valuable to contribute, and each person has his or her own needs and requirements to be supported and excel in a particular role.
With the right supports in place, hiring employees with autism can provide real benefits by increasing diversity and filling skills gaps with an almost untapped group of employees.
Rich Sheridan, CEO of Menlo Innovations, uses Cognitive Collaboration™ to make his company "a workplace people love," solve challenging software problems, and deliver Menlo Innovations' mission
In the 21st century, collaboration trumps strategy. It's collaborate or evaporate. The forces of complexity, diversity and speed now shape our workplaces: the complexity of challenges, the diversity of workforces and the speed of change.