Adapting Training and Development Programs for Neurodiverse Employees
- Presentation Length: 60-mins / 90-mins / Half Day
- Participant Numbers: 15-500+
- Virtual and In-person options available
- Sessions can be recorded for internal use
- Onsite training available globally: North & South America, EMEIA, APAC, LATAM
- Languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Mandarin, Arabic, Japanese, and Malay.
Training and development programs are essential for any workplace, but they can be challenging for neurodiverse individuals who may learn differently than their peers.
In this presentation, we will discuss ways that managers can modify their training and development programs to better accommodate the needs of neurodiverse employees. This includes providing visual aids, breaking down complex concepts into smaller parts, and offering different types of support.
- Overview of neurodiverse learning styles and how they differ from traditional learning styles
- Strategies for creating inclusive training and development programs, including using visual aids, using clear and concise language, breaking down complex concepts, and offering different types of support
- Accommodating different learning styles and providing additional support during training and development programs
- Providing feedback and coaching in a non-judgmental manner
- Role-playing activities to practice adapting training and development programs to accommodate different learning styles
By the end of this session, participants will have learned how to modify their training and development programs to better accommodate the needs of neurodiverse employees.
They will be equipped with strategies for creating inclusive training and development programs, accommodating different learning styles, and providing additional support and feedback in a non-judgmental manner. They will have practiced adapting training and development programs through role-playing activities and be able to optimize their training programs for all employees, regardless of their learning style or background.