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Event 15: Neurodiversity at Work Q&A: Ask the experts

45 minutes

Thursday, 21 March 2024

08:00 to 08:45 (GMT)




About the event

Do you have a burning question about neurodiversity in the workplace? Our experts are here to help! 


The agenda for our ‘Ask the Expert’ sessions will be shaped by you! Two business psychologists from Lexxic will discuss your questions about neurodiversity in the workplace in front of a live webinar audience (don’t worry, it’ll only be our experts on camera).  


Here’s some example topics:


  • The strengths and workplace challenges typically associated with specific neurodifferences; 

  • The value neurodivergent individuals can bring to organisations;

  • The assessments and support that can benefit neurodivergent individuals; 

  • How to create a neuro-inclusive culture, communications, recruitment, talent management and working environments; and

  • How to be a good manager or ally to neurodivergent colleagues.


There will be the opportunity to ask questions during the session itself via the webinar Q&A function, but you can increase the chances of your question being selected by submitting it in advance. We’ll be inviting you to submit your questions within the two weeks in advance of this session, so keep an eye out for an email from us! The submission deadline for questions for this session will be 24 hours prior.


This is a free online event via Zoom.

Helen Musgrove

Director of Psychological Services, Lexxic

Helen Musgrove is the Director of Psychological Consulting at Lexxic, a specialist psychological consultancy focused on empowering neurodiversity in the workplace. Helen and her team of psychologists partner with leading employers across the UK and internationally to create more neuro-inclusive workplaces, delivering training and organisational change programmes. Helen became a business psychologist following a career as a Senior Civil Servant tackling some of the UK’s biggest social policy challenges. She is passionate about celebrating neurodiversity and breaking down the barriers neurodivergent individuals can experience at work.

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