Every workplace needs a dyslexic or ten.
Problem solver. Lateral thinker. Emotionally intelligent.
Creative. Intuitive. Empathic.
People with dyslexia have the kind of strengths that help an organisation be more dynamic, innovative and forward-thinking. All it takes, with the help of HR and DEI, is the support our workplace programs provide. That’s the advantage of doing things differently.
I can’t beleive we have hit 60 episodes and they will keep coming.
In this special edition, Shae speaks with Sally Close (HR consultant), Kate Madden (CEO), and Lorna Berry Coordinator: Integrated Family Support from Hampton Park Community House about how together they implementing the re:think Workplace Inclusion Program including dyslexia screening, on the job support for dyslexic employees and workplace training and how this program can help you as a dyslexic employee and organisation:
- Maximising productivity
- Fostering inclusion
- Cultivating a supportive workplace
We hope you enjoy this panel discussion and if you are dyslexic and need help or you’re an employer and you want to join our innovative program then contact us at email@example.com
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Join our Dear Dyslexic on Facebook Community for young people and adults. The aim of this group is to provide peer support, information, resources and to bring together adults with dyslexia, and those who support them, whether it be partners, family and friends, employers, higher education and adult educators, researchers or health professionals. We are here to talk about all thing’s dyslexia!