How To Make Sure Neurodivergent Employees Feel They Belong On Day One (Forbes)

Great leaders understand the importance of building an inclusive workplace where all team members feel valued and empowered. When it comes to onboarding neurodivergent employees, a thoughtful approach can make all the difference in ensuring their seamless integration and sense of belonging from the get-go.

From implementing tailored onboarding processes to celebrating unique learning styles, these experts share strategies for creating a workplace culture that enables everyone to thrive.

Click here to gain insights and read tips from Forbes Coaches Council coaches as they share tips to support and empower newly hired neurodivergent teammates, and why doing so is crucial to driving innovation and productivity within an organization.

Our CEO Lisa Christen‘s tip was featured:

Have Everyone Create Their Own ‘User Manual’

Have each team member share a “user manual” and invite new members to create their own. A neurodivergent team member should get the message that everyone on the team is unique and who they are is accommodated. Everyone belongs. To create a user manual, write down your thinking and communicating preferences, personal strengths and values and any potential misunderstandings about your style.

Lisa Christen, CEO, Christen Coaching & Consulting

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