Approaching Work With a Neuroinclusive Lens

In today’s world, estimates suggest that approximately 20% of the population is neurodivergent. With many organizations focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, neurodivergent people often remain overlooked in this conversation.
By Alumni Career Team

In this session, Dr. Tiffany Jameson, MBA, PHR, discusses approaching the workplace through a neuroinclusive lens. Our expert will set the foundation by clarifying terminology and discussing what falls under the neurodiversity umbrella. The session then explores:

  • The common traits present in the workplace that are associated with some of the more common neurodivergent identities
  • How neurodivergent individuals can advocate for themselves in the workplace
  • And how to be the best ally for your neurodivergent colleagues

About the Speaker

Dr. Jameson is a passionate and visionary inclusion consultant at grit & flow, a purpose-driven consultancy that helps organizations create cultures that encourage long-term learning and growth for all members of their workforce. As a certified professional in human resources (PHR), Dr. Jameson leverages her expertise in revising hiring practices, onboarding, and training programs to be neuroinclusive and accessible for all learning styles and preferences.

As an organizational psychologist with a PhD, an MBA, and a BS in computer information systems and business administration, Dr. Jameson also has a strong background in data analytics, e-business strategy, and research. She is a top 50 global neurodiversity evangelist, a LinkedIn Learning instructor, an international speaker, and a guest lecturer on topics related to neurodiversity, ADHD, and autism in the workplace.

Dr. Jameson has published multiple articles and conducted research on the hiring intentions toward autistic candidates, the transition of neurodivergent and disabled young adults into employment, and the use of data analytics in the DEI space. Her mission is to close the gap in successful and meaningful work for all and to expand the discussion of inclusive workplaces to organizations and cultures of all types.

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