Neurodiversity: Transforming Differences into Organizational Strengths with Toby Groves, Ph.D. and Daniel Wendler, PsyD.

June 14, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

  • Online
  • Track 1

About Session

Author Series Webinar with Dr. Daniel Wendler

Unlock the potential of neurodiversity to drive innovation, creativity, and productivity in your organization. In this session, Dr. Toby Groves and Dr. Daniel Wendler, who is autistic, will guide you through the process of understanding, embracing, and leveraging the unique talents and perspectives of neurodiverse individuals. Learn how to create an inclusive work environment that supports and benefits from the strengths of people with ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and other neurological differences. Discover strategies for effective communication, team-building, and problem-solving that capitalize on neurodiverse contributions. Gain insights into the adjustments and accommodations that can help neurodiverse individuals thrive, transforming your workplace into a dynamic and competitive force.

Major Subjects:

  • Understanding Neurodiversity
  • Creating Inclusive Work Environments
  • Leveraging Neurodiverse Talents
  • Communication and Team-Building Strategies
  • Adjustments and Accommodations for Neurodiverse Employees

Learning objectives:

  • Identify a key characteristic of neurodiversity and its potential impact on organizational performance.
  • Identify at least one strategy for creating an inclusive environment that supports neurodiverse individuals.
  • Identify at least one approach for leveraging neurodiverse talents in problem-solving and innovation.

Level: Intermediate

Recommended CPE Credit: 1 credit

Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Recommended Field of Study: Personnel/Human Resources

Prerequisites: At least one year of experience in HR or equivalent

Advanced preparation: Not required

Designed for: CPAs, HR professionals, diversity and inclusion officers, team leaders, managers, executives interested in promoting neurodiversity and inclusion within their organization.


Toby Groves Ph.D.

Toby Groves Ph.D.

Researcher, speaker, writer, Cognificent Learning

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