We’ve seen a movement taking the world by storm. Neurodiversity, which emerged in the 1990’s but has become a talent pipeline strategy for employers in recent years. But as a talent strategy, we stand at the precipice of a whole new phase. I’d like to propose we stand at the brink of Neurodiversity 2.0.
As a leader in my field, I get job descriptions sent to me daily. Some of them use some pretty regrettable language. One of my personal holy wars is to create more inclusive work environments that give equitable opportunities to people to do their best work.