Dr. Nancy Doyle is a Chartered Psychologist, in organizational and occupational psychology and the founder and owner of Genius Within, a social enterprise dedicated to facilitating neurodiversity inclusion. Her work has included advising NGOs, international and national civil servants, and political groups, as well as working with organizations towards a future where all Neurominorities are able to maximize their potential and work to their strengths.
Nancy is also a Research Fellow with Birkbeck, University of London. And In 2019 she was recognized by the British Psychological Society with an award for her contribution to Policy Impact in Occupational Psychology.
In this week’s episode, Dr. Nancy Doyle talks us through the wonderful benefits of a neurodiverse workforce and how we can best support this.
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- [02:38] – Nancy explains what neurodiversity is.
- [07:55] – Nancy shares what are considered Neurominorities.
- [10:06] – Nancy shares where labeling people’s neurodiversity began.
- [14:01] – Nancy shares some of the future labels neurotypicals might be given as our work changes in the future.
- [19:02] – Nancy shares where we can get started growing more inclusive workplaces for Neurominorities.
- [23:00] – Nancy shares what everyone should know about supporting Neurominorities in workplaces.
- [24:55] – Nancy enters the lightning round…
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