We all experience our abilities and impairments differently, and we all have unique learning needs.
Only by asking team members about their individual needs – rather than making assumptions – can we truly create more accessible and inclusive learning environments. So when organizations do seek to include people who are differently abled, they often start with an occupational health assessment – telling people what they already know about themselves at a cost to the business.
PDT Global’s Consultant, Eleanor Brett, shares five practical facts learning leaders should know to progress toward true inclusion for people with disabilities in her latest article for Chief Learning Officer.
Click here to the read the article in full: 5 things you, as a learning professional, need to know about disability
If you’d like to hear more tips and insights for inclusion in the workplace, why not subscribe to our podcast channel for all the latest news and updates: https://powerupyourdiversityandinclusionjourney.buzzsprout.com/
Don’t forget to follow is on our social media pages for regular updates and free resources:
Join in the conversation in our D&I LinkedIn group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7406073/