From Margin to Mattering: How To Lead Neurodivergently

1h 0m | Jan 16, 2024

Listeners will learn how leaders from marginalized groups - specifically, neurodivergent leaders - can change the old "rules" and lead authentically, without assimilating. 

Ludmila N. Praslova, Ph.D., SHRM-SCP, is the author of “The Canary Code: A Guide to Neurodiversity, Dignity, and Intersectional Belonging at Work” (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, April 2024). A Professor of Graduate Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Accreditation Liaison Officer at Vanguard University of Southern California, she is a global inclusive talent strategy expert with extensive experience in global diversity and neurodiversity. Her current consulting is focused on creating organizational systems for inclusion and wellbeing and providing neuroinclusion training and support to organizations such as Amazon, Bank of America, IBM, MIT, and Affinity Health. She regularly writes for Harvard Business Review, Fast Company and Psychology Today, and is the first person to have published in Harvard Business Review from an autistic perspective.

Neurodivergent people are marginalized by society and often excluded in the workplace. And yet, there are many people who look for authenticity and fresh solutions to problems "the old leadership" has not solved. We'll discuss how neurodivergent leadership can be an answer to the need for authenticity and fresh solutions.


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