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  • Understanding ASD: Make inclusion invisible

    Dr. Annie Clements discusses inclusive practices within your workplaces.

    Dr. Clements speaks about clarity, and expectations. We need to be clearer about what our expectations are. Simple honest statements can be construed as confusing to those with autism. The construct of a sentence or job-rel...

  • Dreams and Machines

    Zusi Ine delivered her inspiring short poem entitled 'Dreams and Machines' which stunned the audiences at the Innovation Circus.

  • The Dyslexic School Dropout

    Maisy Salsbury spoke about the reasons that swayed her away from the traditional post-school route of university and into a job. Times are changing and university is not necessarily the best route for everyone, it is so important to make people ware of the alternative routes. Alternative being th...

  • A Magic State of Mind

    Peter Wardell spoke at the Innovation Circus creating links between the recruitment process and the similarities with magic tricks and their effect on the mind.

  • A Woman in a Man's world, Recruitment, Gender & Getting Ahead

    Salma El-Wardany spoke about Diversity & Inclusion, beginning her session with a thought-provoking poem.

    Salma believes we are living in the most dangerous time for D&I and gives her 10 reasons of what is possible from here.

    Speaker: Salma El-Wardany
    Event: RecFest 2019

  • Approaching the Future of Work as a Transition Architect

    As we enter a new era of human evolution, work is merely one of the many aspects of social life that’s undergoing a transformation. However, regardless of time and space, there are intrinsic factors in the very nature of work that will never change. To prepare for the future of work, we need to t...