The importance of neurodiversity
With one in five people being neurodivergent (having ADHD, ASD or autism, dyslexia, giftedness, high sensitivity (HSP), or other conditions), focusing on neuroinclusion in companies is a significant factor in facing the war for talent, and improving retention and well-being.
How to make your company stand out
Bjièn advises and helps you to make your company more neuroinclusive, step by step. We provide, among others:
Presentations and workshops on neurodiversity in the workplace
Build awareness and reduce the stigma related to ADHD, ASD or autism, dyslexia, giftedness, high sensitivity (HSP), and more. Through our keynotes and workshops, valuable insights and practical tips are shared with your (leadership) teams.
Workplace audits and assessments
Evaluate your current performance with regards to recruiting and retaining neurodivergent people. With a clear overview of the current state and possibilities for improvement, you can make focused adjustments and implement quick wins.
Improving recruitment and onboarding processes
Shorten the time to find, hire and onboard talent, including neurodivergent candidates. This gives your company access to a larger talent pool.
Making communication neuroinclusive
Limit misunderstandings and ultimately frustration. This also improves the understanding and acceptance of neurodiversity in your organisation.
Upgrading policies, HR guides and practices
Create clear and consistent guidelines for everyone in the company, including on remote work, leading to more equality and improved retention rates.
Building neuroinclusive work environments
Let teams thrive and make use of their skills and talents in the most optimal way, fostering creativity, problem-solving skills, innovation, and well-being.
Providing on the job support
Coaching and supporting neurodivergent leaders and employees (and their colleagues) with managing their work, time, and mental load so their energy management and well-being are improved.