If you have team members who consistently struggle with social interactions but excel at detail-oriented technical tasks then you may be working with someone who is neurodiverse. Neurodiversity manifests itself in how we relate to other people, how we communicate, our need for predictability, and so much more. This session will explain why nobody has Asperger's Syndrome any more and what it means to be neurodiverse or on the autism spectrum. Then we'll explore some of the benefits, challenges, and practical accommodations for leading a neurodiverse team.


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Jason Pollock at 16:42 on 16 Oct 2021

Best talk of the conference. So many takeaways that can be implemented immediately to help any team, neurodiverse or not.