Many organizations have made strides in promoting diversity and inclusion. But there is one area that is often overlooked: neurodiversity.
This isn’t just bad for the talented individuals who find themselves excluded; it’s a risk and missed opportunity for businesses.
Up to 20% of the population is neurodivergent.
Teams that include neurodivergent and neurotypical team members outperform those composed of neurotypical-only employees by as much as 30%.
Despite their unique strengths, unemployment runs as high as 30-40% among neurodivergent people.
Individuals with neurodivergent thinking styles, such as those with ADHD, ASD, and dyslexia, can bring unique strengths and perspectives that are important in the age of digital disruption.
By embracing neurodiversity, leaders can enhance their workforce and foster a culture of innovation and out-of-the-box thinking.
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