Why neurodiversity & mental health matter

Speaker(s): Ruth-Ellen Danquah

71 Queen Victoria Street London EC4V 4AY


Included lessons: 1

About live session

Neurodiversity has been defined as the way people interact with the world, and there is no ‘right way’ of thinking, learning and behaving (Forbes, 2022). According to Learning Disability Today, neurodiversity can lead to secondary mental health issues for many individuals, where they may have struggled to meet social expectations, or found difficulties to excel in their careers. Join us for our next London event where we will address these challenges that nearly 20% of the population face, while considering ways in which organisations can be neurodiverse-inclusive, and best practices to attract neurodiverse talent during the hiring process.  

Discussion points/themes:

Creating a neurodiverse-Inclusive workplace
Why representation matters
How to support mental wellbeing
Reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process
The power of terminology – ‘mad’, ‘mental’, ‘crazy’ what to replace these words with
Not a one-size-fits-all approach

What you'll learn

Included lessons


Ruth-Ellen Danquah

Ruth-Ellen is a DEI performance strategist who helps companies go from confusion to inclusion her work with some of the biggest names in business lends itself to containers full of practical takeaways which were previously proven to optimise inclusion practices. Ruth-Ellen’s techniques have also developed and delivered coaching, meditation & mental well-being programmes for The Trinnovo group,  British Dyslexia Association, The Diverse Creative, The London Business School to name a few. 

Her movement comprises of creating psychologically safe spaces & equipping powerhouses to take up more space while equipping ally's to hold space so that everyone can belong without having to fit in she does this using her Celebrated Not Tolerated frameworks, via coaching, training and consulting services.