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Training and workshops

It can be hard to know where to start when it comes to neurodiversity and inclusivity. But you don’t need to wonder any more: work with our team to get a helping hand on your journey.

Meet your trainers

James Inman

James Inman

Having started companies and led large teams, James has spent plenty of time managing both neurodivergent and neurotypical employees. He’s also neurodivergent and draws on his own experiences to help organisations better support differently wired folks. With an academic background in law and psychology, James can help you look at issues from all angles.

James can help with:

  • Managing neurodiverse teams in the workplace
  • Being managed as a neurodivergent person
  • Neurodiversity and leadership
  • Specific questions about different conditions
  • Small changes for neurodivergent individuals that can make a more inclusive workplace for everyone
Georgina Shute

Georgina Shute

As a coach and neurodivergent digital leader, Georgina has empowered organisations to embrace neuroinclusivity and change the lives of their teams. Championing kindness, Georgina uses her background and experience as a neurodivergent person to encourage change.

Georgina can help with:

  • Managing neurodiverse teams in the workplace
  • Being managed as a neurodivergent person
  • Embracing diversity in consulting, agency, tech worlds, and in high-pressure environments
  • Getting the best out of neurodiverse teams people when working remotely
  • Navigating conflict in the workplace
  • Access To Work queries
  • ADHD-specific questions
Katie Orman

Katie Orman

Katie has experience coaching and supporting HR teams and line managers to understand neurodiversity and create more inclusive environments. She offers training to all employees to increase awareness and reduce stigma.

Katie can help with:

  • Introduction to neurodiversity and neurodiversity in the workplace
  • Supporting employees and managers through inclusive policies and procedures
  • External resources and support available
  • Creating a neuroinclusive culture
  • Support and manage neurodivergent team members to optimise their performance
  • Ways to provide an open, welcoming and productive environment for the whole team

Training courses covering all aspects of neurodiversity

Our team combines the real experiences of neurodivergent people at work with the latest research to offer insights that will improve your workplace as part of our one-off training courses.

Introduction to neurodiversity in the workplace
Based on ten years of experience managing neurodiverse teams, anonymised insights from our community members and their lived experience, James can help your team understand:
What's included:
  • What is neurodiversity?
  • Inclusive language: what words do we use and don’t use?
  • What are the common (and less common) neurodivergent conditions?
  • Ideas for small actionable steps you can do in the workplace
  • Where can you go next?
Resources included:
  • Inclusive language guide (short version)
  • Introductory guide to neurodiversity
  • Making work awesome for everyone (eBook)
Course details
Trainers:
James or Katie
Length:
Half day (3.5 hours including a 30-minute break)
Course size:
Up to 6 people (book an intro call if your requirements are different)
Audience:
Anyone
Price:
  • Online: £1,000
  • In-person (London): £1,000
  • In-person (your location, UK): Request availability/pricing
Neurodiversity for leadership
We recommend your team completes the “Introduction to neurodiversity in the workplace” training before this course. We can offer both as a full-day session/split over two half days.
1 in 5 people are neurodivergent, so understanding more about this group is crucial for leaders in your business. This course will cover key topics including:
What's included:
  • What problems might you encounter when managing as a neurodivergent manager
  • What problems might you encounter when managing as a neurotypical manager
  • Creating inclusivity and loyalty within teams
  • Reasonable adjustments: when is being neurodivergent a disability?
  • Transformation: when does team change become counterproductive?
  • Inclusive boardrooms: how and why to grow neurodivergent leaders in difficult environments
  • Access to Work and navigating personal budgets: how to support your staff effectively within financial constraints
Resources included:
  • Introductory guide to the legalities of neurodiversity
  • Making work awesome for everyone (eBook)
  • Access to Work toolkit
Course details
Trainers:
James or Katie
Length:
Half day (3.5 hours including a 30-minute break)
Course size:
Up to 6 people (book an intro call if your requirements are different)
Audience:
C-Suite, Directors, Senior Managers
Price:
  • Online: £1,500
  • In-person (London): £1,500
  • In-person (your location, UK): Request availability/pricing
Neurodiversity: a deep dive
We recommend your team completes the “Introduction to neurodiversity in the workplace” training before this course. We can offer both as a full-day session/split over two half days.
Neurodiversity is a big topic, but it doesnt need to be hard to understand. Learn more about different neurodivergent conditions and how to create the best, inclusive environment in your workplace with this course that covers
What's included:
  • The history of neurodiversity: how do you keep up when it changes?
  • The autism spectrum: what it is, how it affects people at work, and how you can support them
  • ADHD: what it is, how it affects people at work, and how you can support them
  • The “D”s: dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, DLD, and more
  • Spiky profiles: why is learning about conditions not enough?
  • Neurodiversity and mental health
  • Practical steps to support your team members and ensure their safety
Resources included:
  • Introductory guide to conditions and shared traits
  • Mental health resource guide
Course details
Trainers:
James or Katie
Length:
Half day (3.5 hours including a 30-minute break)
Course size:
Up to 6 people (book an intro call if your requirements are different)
Audience:
Anyone
Price:
  • Online: £2,000
  • In-person (London): £2,000
  • In-person (your location, UK): Request availability/pricing
  • Online with introductory course: £3,000 (£500 discount)
  • In-person (London) with introductory course: £3,000 (£500 discount)
Managing neurodiverse teams
We recommend your team completes the “Introduction to neurodiversity in the workplace” training before this course. We can offer both as a full-day session/split over two half days.
Teams that work well together can achieve great things, whether they’re full of neurodivergent people, neurotypical folks, or a mix of the two. This course will help set your managers up for success when it comes to communicating with and getting the best out of their team. It will cover:
What's included:
  • The key differences between managing neurotypical and neurodivergent people
  • How to work in ways that suit all your team
  • Easy adjustments managers can make to help neurodivergent team members
  • Creating a safe, productive, transparent environment
  • How to give feedback in a constructive, neurodivergent-friendly way
  • Dealing with disclosure: what to say and do
  • Resolving conflict within the team
  • Access to Work: how to support your team
Resources included:
  • Templates for “how to work with me” guides
  • Access to Work toolkit
Course details
Trainers:
James or Katie
Length:
Half day (3.5 hours including a 30-minute break)
Course size:
Up to 6 people (book an intro call if your requirements are different)
Audience:
C-Suite, Directors, Senior Managers, People Managers, Learning and Development team
Price:
  • Online: £1,500
  • In-person (London): £1,500
  • In-person (your location, UK): Request availability/pricing
  • Online with introductory course: £2,000 (£500 discount)
  • In-person (London) with introductory course: £2,000 (£500 discount)
Managing people with ADHD
We recommend your team completes the “Introduction to neurodiversity in the workplace” training before this course. We can offer both as a full-day session/split over two half days.
Dive deep into ADHD to learn how to best support staff with the condition. Around X% of adults have ADHD, making it one of the most common neurodivergent conditions. This course will teach managers more about the condition, covering:
What's included:
  • What is ADHD? What are the common strengths and challenges?
  • How ADHD shows up in the workplace.
  • How to talk to your staff with and about ADHD.
  • Dealing with disclosure: what to say and do
  • Easy adjustments you can make to support ADHD team members.
  • How to give feedback in a constructive, ADHD-friendly way.
  • Supporting ADHD’ers with career growth and leaning into their strengths.
  • Navigating Access to Work
Resources included:
  • ADHD Thrive Mindset guide
  • Access to Work toolkit
Course details
Trainers:
Georgina
Length:
Half day (3.5 hours including a 30-minute break)
Course size:
Up to 12 people (book an intro call if your requirements are different)
Audience:
C-Suite, Directors, Senior Managers, People Managers, Learning and Development team
Price:
  • Online: £1,500
Helping ADHDers thrive at work
Designed to coach employees with ADHD to understand more about the condition and the way their brains work so they can do their best work. The course covers:
What's included:
  • How your brain works with its unique strengths and challenges
  • ADHD executive function and how to work with it
  • How to talk to your manager or leadership team about ADHD
  • Navigating Access to Work
  • Resolving conflict within your team
  • Managing your emotions at work, including how to receive feedback
Resources included:
  • ADHD Thrive Mindset guide
  • Access to Work toolkit
Course details
Trainers:
Georgina
Length:
Half day (3.5 hours including a 30-minute break)
Course size:
Up to 12 people (book an intro call if your requirements are different)
Audience:
Employees of any level with ADHD
Price:
  • Online: £1,500