Neurodiversity at Work 2023
27 June - Online Seminar - 08:40 to 15:40 (BST)
Bringing together diversity, inclusion and HR related professionals, looking to develop workplaces where neurodivergent individuals can flourish. Join 230+ confirmed attendees!
230+ organisations already confirmed to attend
The 3rd annual d&i Leaders Neurodiversity at Work Online Seminar, will bring together 200+ DE&I, HR and talent professionals, along with employee network members, looking to develop workplaces where neurodivergent individuals can flourish.
With 16 speakers and a unique online CPD accredited programme featuring one-to-one interviews; case studies; Q&A panel sessions and online networking, we are sure you will be inspired to make a difference in your own organisation.
Cannot attend live all day? All talks are recorded so you can revisit or view at a time convenient to you, wherever you are based!
Is your organisation represented? View attendee list.
Book your place now! Group discounts available.
d&i Leaders Club
In-house D&I and HR related professionals, along with Employee Network Members, are invited to join the
d&i Leaders Club – a network of 10,000+ people!
Membership is free and will give you a 5% discount off your online seminar place and a whole host of other networking and educational opportunities.
Our 2023 expert speakers include
Author, Podcast Host & Neurodiversity Evangelist
Neurodiversity Programme Lead
Abigail Agyei MBE
Senior Policy Advisor - Early Years Health Workforce Lead
Department of Health and Social Care
Senior Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Business Partner EMEA
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Diversity & Inclusion Specialist
Head of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Antiracism & Resourcing
Chair of UK Disability Inclusion Network and Marketing Specialist
Senior Content Strategist & Founder/Chair, Global Neurodiversity Network (ERG)
Senior D&I Lead, Tech & Future Skills
Lloyds Banking Group
Creative Director, Head of UK Wellbeing
Topics being explored include
- Retaining and progressing neurodiverse
- Line managers – what training is required?
- Taking an anticipatory approach to neurodiversity and normalising assistive technology
- Addressing intersectional experiences through a neurodiversity lens
- Attracting neurodiverse talent – redefining the recruitment process
- Fostering a culture of psychological safety
- How to set up and grow a Neurodiversity Employee Resource Group
- Understanding the challenges of race, gender and sexual orientation for people with neurodiverse conditions
- Working with external partners to create a culture where neurodivergent individuals can thrive
- Supporting mental health and wellbeing for neurodiverse colleagues at work
- Developing and rolling out in-house neurodiversity training
What attendees say about our events
“Great event with super speakers and honest and interesting discussions”
“Really great event, with the right variety of content, speakers and attendees”
“An enlightening and inspirational event with outstanding speakers and a comprehensive agenda”
“Inspiring – my head has exploded, but I now feel ready to be braver and more disruptive”
“An inspiring and challenging forum that has provided lots of food for thought and ideas for my organisation”
“Well structured, informative and most of all inspiring”
“Diversity of presenters, of methods of presentations and of topics, exceeded my expectations”
“Really interesting and inspiring. Some really good key take always to consider”
“Hugely valuable chance to connect with my peers and learn from best practice. I’m taking so much back to build a more inclusive firm”
“It made me uncomfortable in a good way!”
“Excellent, thought provoking and inspiring”
“Really well organised, structured with some very insightful and moving speakers”
“First time in attendance and thoroughly enjoyed it”