On Tuesday 7th February, we were delighted to catch up with new and old friends at our Adoreum Club Breakfast at The Old Sessions House. It was brilliant to return to Adoreum member, The Knotel Workclub – at The Old Sessions House – after our fabulous Christmas Party we held there in December. The morning consisted of delightful food and thought-provoking conversation around Neurodivergent Entrepreneurship.
Many thanks go to our brilliant panel – Christopher Kenna, André Skepple, Bianca Tavella and Charles Black – for leading our discussion into destigmatising the myths surrounding neurodiversity in business. The panel touched on an abundance of insights into neurodiversity within the workplace and it was brilliant to see our guests so engaged with the discussion. A prevalent point that was highlighted by the panel was that we don’t need to use labels or put people in boxes due to the way they think and learn. We should celebrate each other’s differences and recognise there is no normal. Here are a few takeaways from the discussion:
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