Meet our Team

Our Neurodiversity Experts

Candor Diversity Group has over 10 years of experience, with a focus on honesty and clear expectation setting from the very start. We help our clients develop an understanding and appreciation of neurodivergence to develop strategies and toolkits to better support and diversify their workplace.

Although we have experience in companies from 2 employess up to 15,000, we work best with small to medium sized businesses with less than 200 employees in retail, manufacturing, transportation, resource management/extraction, and service industries. 

Geoff Bykes

Geoff Bykes

Geoff is driven in both life and business by 3 principles: One: the best business leaders build better teams, families and their bottom line through honesty, transparency and vulnerability. Two: that social responsibility is a key component of any business and that needs to translate though the clients, vendors and employees they work with. Three: that work/life balance is a requirement not an option.

Allana Bykes

Allana Bykes

Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Allana’s Canadian roots run deep.  Allana brings her experience to Candor Diversity Group in a way that strengthens not only client relationships, but process and administrative structure. 

Inquisitive by nature, Allana loves a good puzzle.  It is this drive that allowed Allana to first seek out her Red Seal Chef Certification.  Prior to her time with Candor Group, Allana also spent time as a Wildfire dispatcher, which sparked her love for travel: visiting Mexico, The UK, Costa Rica, and all across Canada.  Allana also has a passion for affordable housing and strives to ensure everyone has access to a dignified life.

Resources

Stimming Acceptance in the Workplace

Stimming Acceptance in the Workplace

Self-stimulating behaviours are certain behaviours developed to help regulate emotions. Some are less obvious, while others may be more noticeable and distracting. Stimming is commonly (but not always) related to Autism. In the workplace, it is vital to accommodate...