Neurodiversity and Neuroinclusion – what it is and why it matters

In this episode we will talk with Sebastian Bechinger, Austria’s first and only (for now) Neurodiversity Coach. He also is a movement therapist.  Systemicc coach and Alumni of the Conscious Consulting Masterclass

Neuroinclusion can be considered as the next level in DEI (diversity, equality and inclusion) with one key difference: other than gender, age, ethnological background it is invisible to others and highly individual – and needs extra sensitivity and attention. Abou 15% percent of the population is neurodivergent and as a consequence has some extra challenges but also specific talents that are not harnessed if people have to hide or “mask” them. 

Neurodiversity refers to the natural variations in the human brain, behavior and nervous system. It includes individuals with different cognitive and learning styles, personalities, and abilities.

Embracing neurodiversity fosters diversity and inclusion, attracting a wider range of talent and creating a positive work environment. By recognizing and leveraging the strengths of neurodiverse individuals, organizations can unlock their full potential and drive long-term success.

In this episode we will explore in this podcast episodes topics such as:

  • What is “neurodiversity”
  • What is the between the terms neurodiversity, neurodivergent and neuroinclusion.
  • What are some of the main kinds of neurodivergence that people talk about?
  • Why does it matter in organizations?
  • What can leaders and organizational cultures do to further a culture of neuroinclusion and what are the key challenges?
  • What are specific steps companies and organizations can and should take to create a culture of neuroinclusion?

For more information please contact:

Sebastian Bechinger via office@ccg-group.eu 


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