Neuro-inclusive Edge Workshop

Be a celebrated leader by nurturing inclusivity, psychological safety
and embracing neurodivergent talent for extraordinary success.   

Friday 22 March 2024, 10 am – 4 pm
Canberra, ACT

Book before January 31, 2024 to receive a 20% discount

Understand your colleagues and your clients!

 

This unique program will empower leaders and educators with the confidence to inspire inclusive workspaces. Whether that be in the office, the classroom or out in the field, enhance your knowledge to create safe spaces for all. 

Learn the difference between neurodiverse and neurodivergent and the leadership frameworks to create a culture of openness and acceptance. If you are a leader or educator, you will leave this program with the tools to create an exceptional work environment. 

 

Why This Program?

Program differentiators:    

1. TQI Accredited and Approved No. 007447 

2. Walk away with sensory risk assessments, task initiation tools and leadership frameworks to implement in the workplace.

2. Master the art of leading neurodivergent teams for immediate enhancements in team performance and collaboration.

3. Gain the invaluable expertise of an experienced neurodivergent facilitator and a seasoned neuro-leadership facilitator.

4. Understand more about the ISO45003 Psychosocial Hazards and risks.

5. Leave with an action plan to enhance a psychologically safe work environment.

Build a thriving workplace

BOOK BEFORE 31 JANUARY TO RECEIVE A 20% DISCOUNT.
The price includes the workshop, resources and lunch.  

Program Modules

Module One:      

Workplace diversity, inclusion and psychological safety

  • Leading a diverse and inclusive workforce.
  • The impact of psychological safety on employee engagement, well-being, and organisational success

Module Two: Leadership Matters

  • The role of leadership
  • Neuroscience behind inclusive leadership
  • Understand your leadership approach with the three levels of leadership framework
  • Identifying and understanding the impact of unconscious bias
  • Leading ADHD
  • Creating environments where individuals with Autism can thrive 

Module Three: A Neurodivergent Workforce

  • Introduction to neurodiversity
  • The neurodivergent brain
  • Sensory risks – Receive a Sensory Risk Assessment to Complete in the Workplace

  • Task paralysis and task initiation – Receive a Task Initiation Tool 

  • Communication and Better Language

  • Intersectionality

  Module Four: Leading psychological safety

  • Creating an environment for success
  • Understanding psychosocial hazards
  • Leading a psychologically safe workplace:
    –   The four stages of psychological safety (inclusive safety, learner safety, contributor safety, challenger safety)
    –   The Triple Effect Framework: Pardon, Promote, Prosper.
  • Creating Workplace champions

BOOK BEFORE 31 JANUARY TO RECEIVE A 20% DISCOUNT.
The price includes the workshop, resources and lunch.  

Build a thriving workplace

BOOK BEFORE 31 JANUARY TO RECEIVE A 20% DISCOUNT.
The price includes the workshop, resources and lunch.  

Who is it for?

Enhance your understanding of diversity and inclusion, embrace neurodiversity, and master actionable steps to cultivate an inclusive environment. This program empowers leaders to foster a more diverse and inclusive workplace for individuals and teams. The content is suitable for leaders at all levels, including:      

  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Executives
  • CEO/Business Owners

       

Complete this program: 

  •  Face-to-face in your workplace
  • Hybrid delivery method combining in-person and technology-based learning to provide a comprehensive and flexible training experience. 
  •  eLearning platform (coming soon)

Build a thriving workplace

BOOK BEFORE 31 JANUARY TO RECEIVE A 20% DISCOUNT.
The price includes the workshop, resources and lunch.  

Meet the Facilitators

Liz Nair is an accomplished business leader, esteemed speaker, skilled facilitator, executive coach, and successful entrepreneur. Liz holds a background in executive management and adult education. She is highly regarded for her exceptional proficiency in driving organisational transformations and has earned recognition from numerous industry associations.

As the Founder and Director of Attivo Consulting, Liz collaborates with clients across the public and private sectors to elevate organisational culture and enhance leadership performance. Her passion for understanding human behaviour and commitment to empowering individuals and organisations to reach their full potential is evident. Liz applies a neuroscience-based approach to her programs to build leadership, well-being, communication, social interactions, emotional regulation, mindset, and team-building strategies with her clients.

Liz’s qualifications underscore her dedication to continuous professional growth. She is pursuing a post-graduate degree in Psychology and holds degrees in Management, Adult Education, and Positive Psychology. Her certifications include Neuroscience for Business, Whole Brain Thinking Practitioner, and Adesso Well-being Profiling Practitioner.

Patricia Falcetta, OAM, is a highly experienced facilitator with over 25 years of working in the public and private sectors. Neurodivergent herself, she is a passionate advocate for neurodivergent people; she is the Founder and Director of Social Living Solutions, which specialises in providing support for neurodivergent youth, families, and adults. She has created a holistic program for families with neurodivergent members and published a resource alongside this program. Patricia supports organisations nationally and internationally in mental health, well-being, and their neurodivergent staff. Notably, she is a speaker presenting at conferences both internationally and nationally.   

Patricia holds qualifications in Positive Psychology, Education Support and Business. She is an accredited Emotional Intelligence Practitioner and is currently studying to become an accredited Strengths Profile Practitioner. Her expertise in mental health, well-being, and neurodiversity has been widely recognised for her contributions to the field awarded an “Iconic Woman Creating a Better World for All” by the Women’s Economic Forum in 2020. In 2019 and 2022, she was a finalist in the ACT Chief Ministers Inclusion Awards.

Build a thriving workplace

BOOK BEFORE 31 JANUARY TO RECEIVE A 20% DISCOUNT.
The price includes the workshop, resources and lunch.  

Program Outcomes

By the end of this program, you will have:

  • Frameworks for effectively leading a diverse and inclusive workforce. 
  • Understanding of the ISO45003:2021 Occupational health and safety management – Psychological health and safety at work – Guidelines for managing psychosocial risks
  • Confidence in leading and engaging with neurodivergent talent, whether they are clients or colleagues.
  • Strategies to champion diversity and inclusion in a professional setting. 
  • Strengthened relationships with clients and colleagues. 
  • Improved creativity and decision-making. 
  • Continuous Professional Development points, elevating your career to new heights.
  • An action plan to create an inclusive environment that promotes psychological safety in the workplace.     

© Patricia Falcetta

A smart investment in strengthening the relationship you have with colleagues and clients!