Speaking to workplaces and college audiences across the globe, Roxanne Turner encourages organizations to embrace all people who think, work and learn differently.
Roxanne supports businesses, leadership teams, college organizations and new graduates to see neurodiversity as a strength.
Inspired by her own journey as a neurodivergent leader in business, she shares what it’s like to live with neurodiversity and the hidden barriers neurodivergent people face at school or at work.
More than ‘awareness’, Roxanne’s audiences leave with the practical tools, insights and inspiration to think differently about neurodiversity and drive meaningful change.
Her energetic delivery style and inclusive ‘call-in’ approach make Roxanne the perfect speaker for your next business conference, panel or college event.
The Freedom toThink Differently
Why we need Neurodiversity in Leadership
When leaders are free to think differently, we can see business challenges in a new light.
Embracing neurodiversity from the classroom to the boardroom will not only create a future of inclusion but one of innovation, too.
Supporting Neurodiverse Leaders & Teams
Taking theory to practice for ADHD and Executive Function Challenges
Did you know that as many as 1 in 5 Americans experience learning or attention issues?
When we understand the hidden barriers facing our people, we can create inclusive environments that support their needs. When we support neurodiverse people to think differently, we can communicate effectively, problem-solve faster and drive innovation.
How faculty can help students commit, plan and succeed on within school
Neurodiverse students may appear lazy, unfocussed or even disengaged. But nothing could be further from the truth.
With the right steps in place, higher education institutions can support neurodiverse students to stick to their studies, plan for performance and succeed in their chosen field.
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