Managing a neurodiverse employee can be seen as a significant challenge to an employer.

This free workshop (which includes breakfast) aims to challenge preconceptions and enable leaders to see neurodivergence as a business advantage when neurodiverse colleagues are supported and managed effectively.

1-hour face-to-face workshop event to cover the following:

  • To understand the difference between a range of neurodiversity types
  • The benefits and skills of the different neurodivergent types
  • How to get the best from neurodiverse employees
  • How to make impactful reasonable adjustments to support neurodivergent employees
  • The legal position
  • Where to find additional employer resources on neurodiversity.

MAD-HR hosts this event with support from:

  • Kelly Sayers is an employment law specialist at Top 100 Law Firm Keystone Law. She has spent over 20 years advising employers on all aspects of employment law and people-related issues. Living in a neurodiverse family herself she has a particular interest in neurodiversity and equality.
  • James Kindred is a local entrepreneur and late-diagnosed Autistic & ADHD. Alongside founding Big Drop Brewing Co and running a brand and digital consultancy, Fork, James works with regional and national neurodiversity and suicide prevention charities to progress understanding and awareness of Neurodivergence.