Who can predict the jobs that will be in demand in the future?
Right now there are jobs advertising around the world for Self Driving Car Mechanics, Human Technology Integration Specialists, AI Ethicists, Commercial Space Pilots and Rubbish or Garbage Designers.
What else? What next?
Young people entering the workforce now will be faced with opportunities like never before and employers will need to adapt to recruit and retain diverse talent.
Inclusive Change can help you explore what your organisation may look like in the future so you can understand how you need to adapt to give you competitive advantage.
Change is probably the only thing we can rely on for the future of work.
The pace at which change is happening, be that environmental, cultural or technological is fast and hard to keep pace with but we need to cope with change, or even, better manage change.
Inclusive Change can help you understand how people react to change and what you can do to develop strategies to manage change for a diverse workforce.
We are passionate about preparing people who think differently to take on the challenges of the future world of work and we are ambitious about helping organisations understand how they can get the best from their diverse teams when change is the only constant.
We are all NEURODIVERSE. We all have different ways in which we think, act, communicate and interact with the world around us.
Neurodiversity is the diversity of human minds and should be celebrated in the workplace.
Embracing neurodiversity in the workplace can bring with it amazing benefits: different perspectives to problem solving; questioning norms and challenging us to rethink and not ‘look in the same direction”; increased productivity and at it’s most powerful leverage of every employee’s talents.
Many successful organisations recognise the importance of neurodiversity at work including SAP, Microsoft, Deutsche Bank, Hewlett Packard. Recognising the value of neurodiversity doesn’t have to be limited to those big corporate organisations.
The term NEURODIVERGENT is used to describe a variety of conditions such as autism, dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD and Tourettes.
Often, neurodivergent individuals have great strengths that can benefit employers but they often experience challenges and barriers to successful work experiences.
Some of the biggest challenges happen at the recruitment stage when talented candidates will screen themselves out of job applications because they don’t feel they fit the mould of “a people person” or “a team player”. So, employers are missing out on incredible talent right from the start.
Breaking down some of the barriers to success in the workplace for neurodivergent individuals isn’t difficult and adapting your approach will benefit all employees and give you a competitive advantage.
We can provide training around a range of topics including change and diversity.
Working with The Curly Hair Project we can provide training for your organisation that will: develop your ability to recruit and retain talent; support diverse staff and give you a competitive advantage.
As an independent consultancy service Inclusive Change is ambitious about making a difference for organisations and individuals who want to benefit from the a more inclusive workplace.
If you want to build and develop your inclusive culture we will help you achieve this.
Storytelling is a important part of our work.
Our experience covers topics such as Resilience or Managing Anxiety, Leading & Managing diverse teams, or Developing a purpose led business.
We have experience of inspiring and engaging audiences at conferences, training days, away days, school assemblies and corporate events.