Dyslexia my superpower
#ExcellenceInTA • 15m
Who am I ? I work in the talent space and have been working in leadership for the last 15 years
What is dyslexia ?
What was it like growing up with dyslexia in the 80’s and working in the early 2000s ?
What’s changed since the early 2000’s , what could we do better ?
What are my struggles both career wise and in my everyday life being dyslexic ?
Career wise what are the statistics for someone with a D&I characteristic, what are mine ?
Why is D&I important for innovation within organisations ?
Why are companies are now seeing neurodiversity as a key part of their workforce ( dyslexic thinking is now a listed skill on LinkedIn )
Some do’s and don’ts for managing or working with someone with dyslexia ?
How can the interview process and reasonable adjustments in the workplace be better for neurodiverse candidates/ employees ?
What have I experienced in the workplace ?
When did I realise this was my superpower / light bulb moment ?
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