Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Expert Guest: Lori Eberly of Radius ECD

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

by Torri Wright | April 4th, 2019


Neurodiversity exists everywhere--even at work. In fact, toxic office environments can manifest when people don’t recognize their staff, fellow colleagues, outside partners, etc. may be wired to think or act differently than they do. On this episode, host Torri Wright speaks with Lori Eberly, LCSW, executive coach, author, and owner of Radius ECD to explore neurodiversity in the workplace, and how it can impact both relationships and quality-of-life.

Lori shares her experiences working with corporate executives who self-identify as being ADHD or OCD, or even demonstrate social behaviors that may indicate being on the Autism Spectrum--whether they’ve been formally diagnosed or not. Her goal is to help leaders and colleagues better understand how their own brains function, and how our neurological differences influence how we lead, communicate, and even collaborate, impacting focus, team morale, relationships, productivity, results, etc.

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