According to Scope, approximately 23% of working age adults have some form of disability. This webinar was held on 21 September 2023.
According to the British Dyslexia Association, up to 15% of the adult population may have dyslexia or another Specific Learning Difficulty.
This means that it is highly likely in our projects we are working with or for someone who is neurodivergent or has a disability.
By making small changes to our practice we can increase the likelihood of project success by enabling all stakeholders to contribute their full potential.
- Definitions (Disability, Equality, Neuro-Diversity)
- As project mangers we rely on documentation for everything; quality assurance, scope, PIDs, planning, even meeting notes. How do we make our documents more accessible so that people use them?
- Meetings should be a protected and productive time. What can you do to make sure people are welcomed and contributing?
- In person events – How do you ensure everyone feels welcome to attend – and is able to be fully involved?
- Top tips for products & services design
No prior knowledge is required.
Kayleigh has very kindly allowed their presented material to be made available for viewing. The Slides on Slideshare and the webinar recording on YouTube is now available in our APM resources area and also embedded below for reference.
The menti results are also available below for your information.
Kayleigh Chambers, NSPCC - Linkedin
Kayleigh is a Project Manager with the NSPCC and also runs her own business; having previously worked in education and the Fire & Rescue service. She has a background in inclusive education and working with individuals who have SEND/ASL/ASN.
She is passionate about inclusion and uses her BA in Education Studies and broad work experience to apply this to Project Management.
This webinar was suitable for professionals with any level of experience.
This event is suitable for any level of the project profession.
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