Five Ways Workplaces Can Become More Neuro-inclusive, According to Neurodiversity Advocates
We spoke with three neurodiversity advocates about how to create more neuro-inclusive hiring practices and workplace cultures.
April 28th, 2022
The Five Biggest Biases Holding Workers Back
If you have a brain, you have bias. Some biases create bigger blind spots for decision-making, however. We’re seeing that a lot now as organizations try to redefine work and the employer-employee relationship.
October 26th, 2021
Here’s How To Make Diversity Training Better
Diversity training can feel performative, and elicit groans from those asked to attend. But it absolutely can be impactful, and that’s through a mix of both delivery and measurement.
September 29th, 2021
Four acronyms to help understand work and motivation: SCARF, SEEDS, AGES, and TAPS
NLI has worked for years to develop "sticky" acronyms to help people understand the brain science behind performance, learning, motivation, feedback, and dealing with bias. Here's a brief summation of that work.
September 7th, 2021
See Me, Hear Me, Include Me: Improving Disability Workforce Participation in the Australian Public Sector
What three scientific elements should we focus on to create more inclusive Australian workplaces for the differently-abled?
July 30th, 2021
Make the Most of Virtual Meetings by Learning to Reduce Your ‘Distance Bias’
Many workers won’t be returning to an in-office situation anytime soon. We know the biases baked into telework; now's our chance to mitigate them.
April 20th, 2021