Neurodivergence at Work Training

A Live Hybrid Workshop for Employees, Leaders, and Teams

Is Your Workplace Neuro-Inclusive?

Ready to support everyone on your team better?

We All Dread Tough


Ready to navigate them confidently?

Many employers may have misguided ideas of what Neurodiversity means, how it presents at work and especially how much “effort” it will take to create a neuro-inclusive environment. As it turns out simple shifts can support EVERYONE regardless of Neurotype, and regardless of disclosure.

  • Are you concerned about burnout levels on your team?
  • Do you feel lost at how to support your Neurodiverse workforce?

Attend this live workshop to discover how to understand and support your neurodivergent team members - with simple shifts that can support everyone in the organization.

This training had been scheduled for July 11th but has been postponed for unforeseen circumstances. To be notified when it's been rescheduled, enter your email address below.

Only $349

Space is limited

Event Details

Tuesday, July 11th

1:00pm - 4:30pm EST

A live, instructor-led interactive training :
→  3.5 hours
→   Live on Zoom  

Only $349

What You'll Leave With

  • Knowing what terms to use and in what ways
  • Confidence to interact with and effectively support neurodivergent employees & colleagues
  • Knowledge of what your responsibilities are and aren't 
  • Ways to create a safe, supportive, and engaging workplace in order to cultivate "unmasking"
  • Ways to protect yourself and your team from burnout

Is your company talking about Neurodivergence in the workplace yet?

Neurodivergence is an umbrella term that includes those on the Autism Spectrum, those with ADHD, and even individuals with OCD, PTSD, brain injury, giftedness, executive functioning disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Tourette Syndrome, learning disabilities, and sensory processing disorders.

Far from being a minority of the population, Neurodivergent individuals make up 15-20% of the population.

With 1 in 50 people being diagnosed as neurodivergent (ND) and even more going undiagnosed and silently struggling, it is clear that we need to pay more attention to how companies and cultures make space for neurodivergence. Neurodivergent individuals bring key skills, perspectives, and talents to their teams.

However, ND individuals are also more likely to experience mental health issues, burnout, and difficulty with interpersonal relationships at work. They are also more likely to experience trauma as a result of workplaces that do not understand them and therefore cannot adequately support their needs.

It is true that ND individuals process work differently. Some ND conditions classify as disabilities. However, the strategies that create safe and supportive workplaces for ND individuals to thrive, are critical strategies that help every employee become happier, healthier, more productive and more engaged at work.

That’s why we’re bringing you this training.

Co-founder of The Expert Talk, Dr. Erin Watson, knows the importance of centering neurodivergent voices and experiences in any training aimed at better supporting neurodivergent people's experiences at work.  As a neurodivergent person herself, Erin brings to this training knowledge from current research and her own lived experience to help leaders and colleagues be supportive and knowledgeable allies for ND team members

The results of her workshops have been:

  • Increased understanding of how all brains have unique strengths and struggles
  • Increased connection, cohesion, and productivity across all neurotypes
  • Reduction in stigma around neurodivergence

This training had been scheduled for July 11th but has been postponed for unforeseen circumstances. To be notified when it's been rescheduled, enter your email address below.
Your Next Steps Are Simple:
1. Register Now
2. Attend & Learn 
3. Use Your New Strategies to Help Everyone on Your Team to do Their Best Work

What Past Participants Are Saying …

"Dr. Watson is fantastic.  I loved this session and learned so much.  Thank you for having her speak to us.  We needed to hear everything she had to say!"

- Thea M.

Does This Sound Familiar?
  • You want to create a work environment that's safe, supportive, inclusive, and engaging but don't know where to start
  • You don't feel like you have a clear understanding of neurodivergence and don't want to say something wrong or that may cause someone harm
  • An employee has let you know they are neurodivergent and you don't know how to best set them up for success
  • You're looking for strategies to help neurodivergent team members with focus, motivation, and engagement 
  • You want to create a neuroincolusive workplace but feel in the dark about how and where to start
This training had been scheduled for July 11th but has been postponed for unforeseen circumstances. To be notified when it's been rescheduled, enter your email address below.
Why Do You Need This?
  • Neurodivergent people face barriers to career progression that often leave them at a standstill. They are less likely to progress in careers not because a lack of talent or ability, but because small accommodations are not made that could have a huge impact on their efficacy and engagement.
  • Neurodivergent ppl may not admit to needing help and so you may miss cues that they are burning out
  • Most leaders and employees have fewer than 4 hours training in communication and conflict resolution. Yet they spend a lot of time dealing with - and losing sleep over - exactly these issues.
  • Awareness training is critical. The next few years all you will be hearing about is Neuroinclusivity. Take the lead now in creating a new future for all employees.

What you’ll learn …
  • the current landscape of neurodivergence (who it is, what it is, what it means and what it doesn’t mean)
  • what it is like to be neurodivergent
  • how neurodivergence affects work
  • Uncover the stereotypes of what neurodivergent people are like and reframe your assumptions (without feeling shamed or judged) – expand your awareness and understanding of neurodivergent people
  • Understand what support needs are and how to navigate between high and low support needs
  • How neurodivergence intersects with the 13 factors that create psychologically safe and healthy workplaces
  • What struggles and strengths do Neurodivergent people experience and bring to work (from focus and productivity, to interpersonal relationships and emotional wellbeing)
  • How stigmatizing company cultures can lead to “masking”, which is correlated with severe mental health outcomes
  • What unrecognized neurodivergence can feel like and show up as (signs and symptoms) and the implications of that on inter-personal effectiveness
  • What neurodivergent burnout is, how it relates to masking, and the direct implications it has for mental health, disability, and work-leave policy
  • common mis-diagnoses and the implications of that for ND employees

PLUS:  Simple shifts that can support everyone, regardless of Neurotype

This workshop will show you that you don’t need to have specific employees diagnoses or disclosures and that your efforts don’t need to be tailored per individual.
You'll be able to respect and accommodate individual needs by getting the entire team on board and participating in creating a neuroinclusive culture. It wont be all on you. We don’t want you to burn out too!!
This workshop won’t happen again until October.
Can you wait that long?
Can your team?

Register Now for $349 - Space is Limited

This training had been scheduled for July 11th but has been postponed for unforeseen circumstances. To be notified when it's been rescheduled, enter your email address below.

So, who is your instructor?

Dr. Erin Watson, PhD

Dr. Erin Watson is a Recovery Coach, Educator, and Speaker with 20 year’s experience developing and leading psycho-educational programs to support increased mental, emotional, and inter-personal health. As a trained trauma expert and specialist in relational systems, Erin supports people and groups in creating more meaningful, engaged and fulfilling work-life experiences.

As the Co-Founder and Vice President of Content at The Expert Talk, she manages the creation and delivery of all workshops, training, and presentations. She is dedicated to ensuring all content delivered is grounded in current scientific and evidence-based research. She oversees that all experts are vetted using a 7-point criteria to ensure the content delivered is accurate, professional and engaging.

She has a special interest in the impacts of toxicity, relational dysfunction, and trauma on personal development, productivity, and interpersonal effectiveness and is a sought-after expert in burnout recovery and compassion fatigue.

Erin works with individuals, groups, and companies to help re-establish healthy, sustainable, and enriching communities using tailored value-based interventions that draw from each individual's unique strengths and assets. Her methods are co-creative, accessible, and designed to support both neurotypical and neurodivergent ways of relating to, processing and engaging with work, people, and the world.

She has a clinical background in mental health therapy, and 15+ years of experience in higher education as an instructor at both the undergraduate and graduate levels teaching courses on theory, relationships, health and wellbeing, and advanced research methodologies. Her research has been published in top-tier academic journals, books, and public press.

This workshop will give you strategies you can use RIGHT NOW. 
If you want to support your team and colleagues more effectively, you can’t afford to miss it.  
This training had been scheduled for July 11th but has been postponed for unforeseen circumstances. To be notified when it's been rescheduled, enter your email address below.

If you attend the training and are not satisfied, we will refund 100% of your registration cost. No questions asked.

What Past Participants Are Saying …

First time in ages that I have taken notes.  I really think this is important and will change how we work with each other on our team for the better.

- Jerry H.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I ask questions anonymously during the workshop?

Yes.  The chat will be open and you’ll be able to send private messages to the moderator who can ask them on your behalf.  

Will this session be recorded?

Yes. Any identifying details or names will be removed from the recording so that participants can feel safe asking questions and taking part.  Recording will be available withing three days of the live training.


What is the cancellation & refund policy?

Because space is limited, there are no withdrawals - including "no shows" - permitted. Full fee applies once registered.

An exception to this policy applies if the training is cancelled by The Expert Talk for unforeseen circumstances, and can't be rescheduled. In that case, a full refund will be applied.


What's the satisfaction guarantee?

If you attend the training virtually or in-person and are not satisfied with any of the content, we will refund your registration cost. No questions asked.


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