LNSEN aims to increase neurodiversity awareness and create more opportunities for neurodiverse people by helping companies and employers understand the benefits of having a neurodiverse workplace where everyone can thrive together.
We work with employers and companies to improve employment outcomes for neurodiverse people.
We provide education on the benefits of a neurodiversity workplace and why it is a competitive advantage.
We provide support available in various formats from resources, trainings to personalised consultations.
Marc Crawley, is a Father of a 15 year old Autistic son and Director of Diversita - An organisation which focuses on Neurodivergent Technology candidates.
Marc has 17 years experience in the recruitment market and recently - with his family - launched Diversita to assist Neurodivergent applicants in navigating the job market.
Marc has a real passion to influence a change in how organisations qualify Neurodivergent candidates and wants to help hiring teams get back to a more "individualised process". He also has a mission for all hiring decision makers in organisations to have a conversational understanding of Neurodiversity.
The Webinar will cover 3 core areas. The application process | The interview process | Job specifications. In each of these 3 areas Marc will summarise the process at the moment, how this current process can affect Neurodivergent applicants and some tips to help applicants and clients.
This free Webinar will be relevant for any Neurodivergent individuals, Hiring teams and anyone who is keen to understand a little more about the impact of current recruitment processes on Neurodivergent applicants.
Don't miss out this fantastic webinar!!
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Matt Davis, Co-Owner of Red Brick Road
“I believe having a workforce that embraces neurodiversity enhances its culture. People think differently and behave more positively. There’s also more understanding and more compassion. Everyone does better. Win, win.”
Billy Chandler, Events Host at Royal Museums Greenwich, Autism Champion Ambassador
“This goes for every workplace out there — I would like to see more inclusion of workers with physical and mental disabilities in workplaces, no matter the disability, if they're qualified for the job, they're qualified for the job."