July Professional Development Session - Neurodiversity is a Competitive Advantage

When:  Jul 28, 2023 from 12:00 to 13:00 (AWST)
Associated with  Perth Chapter

Neurodivergence is a Competitive Advantage. Ask me how...
Amber Anthony, Change Practitioner, Vibes Consulting

Amber Anthony is a proudly neurodivergent Change Practitioner, with a specialisation in neuro-accessibility, closely followed by culture and mindset changes, who works with organisations to create safe spaces where we can all thrive.

Amber has both professional and personal lived experience with disability, and has spent more than a decade working in people-centred roles within corporate and clinical settings. Her 'why' has always been about trying to make the world a better, kinder and more inclusive place where we celebrate 'imperfect perfection'.

With insights, such as "How do we - 
...make our workplaces more neuro-accessible?
...ensure lived experience and marginalised voices are at the centre?
...transition before we transform our workplaces to embed real, tangible change?
...ensure everyone feels connected and that they belong?

[ISACA] Wondering what this means to those working in the realms of digital trust? Neurodiversity is rapidly gaining global recognition as an essential differentiator in cyber. For example, in January the UK Cyber Security Council stated that, "There should be diversity among cyber security professionals because the businesses and populations they protect are themselves diverse. Adding valuable perspectives to the conversations around cyber security will only make systems more robust..."

Amber will explain how neurodivergence - and being able to view, experience and process the world differently - is a competitive advantage for your organisation.


Albert Facey Building
469 Wellington Street
Perth, WA 6000

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