Henrietta Bannister is a University of Cambridge graduate, former digital director and currently an organisational strategy consultant helping companies with Recruitment, Company Culture and wider, Organisational Transformation. She is also autistic. Coming from a generation where autism was seen as ‘lesser’, she has found many work places slow to adapt to a modern view of neurodiversity. She is a passionate advocate for neurodiverse workplaces and wants to help employers understand ways they can build truly inclusive environments that nurture everyone - whatever type of brain they have!
This webinar includes tips, from Henrietta's personal experience, on ways employers can create the foundations of a truly inclusive work environment.
Don't miss out this fantastic webinar!!
Looking forward to seeing you there!
In this training session you will learn about Autism, what it is and why it works; and how the workplace can benefit from employing people with Autism. Autism is a competitve advantage.
In this training session you will discover why neurodiversity is a competitive advantage . You will also learn about autism employment, benefits of the autistic brain in the workplace and the steps to successfully employ people with autism.
In this training session you will learn about creating a personalised work assessment, a welcoming and supportive workplace, creation of an autism hub in the workplace, the value of performance feedback and access to external support.
*plus £100 if you would like our Autism Champion Ambassador to be present.
(Payment will go towards promotion of outreach service and expansion of The Courtyard School)
Consultations are 30 mins each (1:1), £35 per consultation. These sessions will take place via online video conference/ phone.
Orient your employee and train them on specific job duties
Implementing existing strategies
Making new reasonable adjustments in the workplace
Creating a better inclusive workplace
Customer / colleagues relations
Socialising at break times and outside of work
Understanding different organisational cultures
Personal wellbeing / boost of self-esteem
“The training was entertaining, informative and engaging. We liked the examples used and the fact autism was put in a positive light.”
Westbourne EYC, London
“I now feel more confident about supporting a person with autism because I understand why they react to things differently” “I really liked the personal stories and the interactive games”, “Having worked 1:1 many years ago with a child with autism, I find the training beneficial and refreshing”
“Thank you so much for the training, your passion for deepening awareness about Autism was evident and contagious. The course was informative and useful, thank you.”
“Great orange description, you definitely sold it”, “Very useful and interesting”, “Very clear strategies about how to best support people with Autism” “Enjoyed it 100%. I have a better understanding now”
School governors, The Courtyard
“It was fascinating and offered so much information and thinking about autism”. “It is wonderful that you are taking this training out into the wider world and finding so many different work placements for our students - changing their world and the wider world!"
“I feel more confident after the training and I feel I have a better understanding of how to work more effectively with people with Autism”, “Training delivered in a fun informative way”, “Loved the focus on positivity, strengths of people with Autism”, “The speaker was very engaging”
Urban Hope Youth Centre
“The training was very dynamic, interactive, fun and informative.”