Not Sure Where To Start? Try Booking A Speaker

At Candor Diversity Group, we understand the importance of learning how to best understand and work with neurodiversity. We present speaker events that are engaging and insightful to provide an inclusive perspective on neurodivergence.

With years of experience in the field, these speaker sessions aim to provide basic knowledge about neurodiversity, educate on accomodation training, provide masking awareness training and demonstrate the strengths of harnessing neurodiversity. 

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Learn About Neurodiversity Through A Speaker Event

Learning about your mental health and neurodivergence enforces a positive lifestyle that elevates productivity and happiness. Learn more from professionals in the field with a speaker series tailored to your organizations needs.

Start by familiarizing yourself with these topics that promote mental well-being and contact us when you’re ready to discuss and organize neurodiversity education speaker events.

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Neurodivergent Topics Discussed

General Neurodiversity Education

General Education

We begin by defining neurodivergence, how many people are impacted (directly and indirectly), what language to use when discussing ND, the different diagnoses and labels applied to ND individuals, and general accommodation options.

Accommodation Training for Neurodivergent Employees

Accommodation Training

Building on our general ND accommodation options, we include dedicated training strategies for individuals diagnosed with: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia, OCD, severe depression, social anxiety, and Tourette’s Syndrome.

Masking Awareness Training

Masking Awareness Training

Masking the authentic self can be fatiguing, creatively limiting, and even crippling to ND individuals. These stressors often lead to mental, physical and social strain. By breaking down the neurotypical behaviors that neurodivergent people often adopt to conform to social pressures, we learn what masking is and how it impacts every aspect of day-to-day life.

Neurodivergent Superpowers

Neurodivergent Superpowers

Learning and applying the unique strengths and abilities of ND individuals to your business hugely benefits your ROI. Use common “superpowers” like pattern recognition, analytical skills, innovative thinking, problem-solving, and attention to detail to bring fresh perspectives that lead to effective solutions.

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See What Others Say About Candor Diversity Group Public Speaking

I’ve had the pleasure of being a part of several of Geoff’s offerings and really can’t say enough about them. His perspective and experience on the topic of neurodivergence is meaningful and impactful.

I observed many “aha” moments for attendees and participants, including myself. There are a lot of heads nodding in agreement and shared experience. Geoff delivers his content in a clear and relatable way that creates opportunities for reflection and interaction.

Our organization is also looking at opportunities to incorporate Geoff’s presentations into our corporate offerings as additional value around diversity in the workplace.

Keomi Grad

Leadership Advisor

In the past year, I have had the privilege of attending multiple presentations and seminars hosted by the
Candor Diversity Group, each of which has been transformative for our organization.

Their sessions on inclusivity and diversity are enlightening and deeply practical, especially their targeted efforts to educate and empower those who identify as neurodivergent. These initiatives have provided essential insights and tools that have reshaped our interactions within teams and with clients, fostering a more inclusive environment.

The changes we’ve implemented have improved our communication and understanding, significantly enhancing how we engage with all team members. The Candor Diversity Group’s commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is commendable and has been instrumental in driving positive change across our organization.

Derrick Meyer