In this webinar, Ludmila Praslova (professor of Psychology at Vanguard University and expert on neurodiversity, focus autism) and Tori Graham (Talent Partner at Bother and neuro inclusivity expert on ADHD) will uncover tangible strategies for neurodiversity inclusion in recruitment.
Learn about best practices for
Assessing your current recruitment process to identify barriers for neurodivergent candidates
Biggest obstacles to neurodivergent candidates
Adjusting your recruitment process to accommodate neurodivergent candidates
Resources and tips to optimise your hiring process
Here are the main takeaways
Assessing your recruitment process towards neuroinclusivity starts with your job requirements: What tasks does a person in this role carry out and how can we measure them in the recruitment process?
There are many pitfalls in the recruitment process. Interviews are particularly dangerous because of the weight that is placed on minutiae like handshakes, eye contact, etc.
The key success factors for an inclusive recruitment process are validity and education: Are our measuring tools and practices valid and are the hiring managers and recruiters educated on asking about reasonable accommodations neurodivergent candidates might require?
P.S. In a previous webinar, Ludmila and Charlotte touched upon the reality of neurodivergent talent in the hiring process and at work and covered topics such as:
- How to define neurodiversity and related terms like cognitive diversity, neurodivergent, and neurotypical
- The Autism-Employment paradox
- The obstacles for neurodivergent people in the labour market and at work
- The benefits of neurodiverse teams
- Concrete inclusive hiring practices
You can find the recording here.
A bit about
Ludmila is a professor of Psychology at Vanguard University and a Contributor to Harvard Business Review, an Organisational Culture and Inclusion strategist, trainer and consultant and an expert in neurodiversity at work and autism inclusion.
So safe to say, we could not have invited a more knowledgeable expert for this webinar!
A bit about
Tori Graham is podcast host of “What’s wrong with recruitment?” and talent partner at Bother. She is an advocate for neurodiversity inclusion in recruitment, specifically with respect to ADHD. She was diagnosed with ADHD a year ago and has since been raising awareness around the topic. Tori is part of the Breaking Bias Expert Panel and her focus area is neuroinclusivity, focus: ADHD.
A bit about
With years of experience in the field of recruitment, both by starting a recruitment agency as well as being the Co-Founder & CEO of the hiring software company Equalture and her dedication to ensuring equal opportunities in hiring, Charlotte’s knowledge about the importance of neurodiversity within the workplace is thorough.
Her first years of being an entrepreneur have led her to several public speaking activities and nominations, including the top 8 most talented female entrepreneurs of The Netherlands, Forbes 30 Under 30, Top 30 Most Inclusive Leaders NL, LOEY Talent Award, Sprout 25 under 25 and Sifted’s top 14 European Gen Z Founders.