It’s imperative that staffing teams, and the technologies they may use, recognize the uniqueness of people with diverse life experiences and perspectives, thus coming with ‘superpower’ benefits like great insights, new ideas, and valuable skills.
About the Speaker
Sarah Danzl serves as Chief Marketing Officer, focused on the global marketing and go-to-market strategies for Skillable. Most recently, Sarah was Communications Officer and Vice President of Customer Marketing at Degreed. She has been actively involved in the learning space for 15 years, leading marketing and communications efforts in both corporate and startup capacities, especially thriving in high-growth SaaS environments. When Sarah is not developing new content, she can be found experimenting with new recipes, getting involved in a local nonprofit or walking her two pitbulls at the base of the Rockies in Boulder, CO.
03:40 What is neurodiversity, and why is it important in the workplace?
05:20 How can companies create inclusive environments for neurodiverse employees?
08:33 What challenges do neurodiverse employees commonly face which hamper their wellbeing, and how can these challenges be addressed?
11:15 How can employers promote awareness and understanding of neurodiversity among all employees?
12:40 What specific accommodations or adjustments can be made to support neurodiverse individuals in the workplace?