All of our brains work in unique and diverse ways. By making the most of this at work, organisations allow their people to achieve their full potential, and delivers a range of business benefits. These authors explain why neurodiversity should be part of your inclusion strategy.

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Jill Miller, Senior Policy Adviser, Diversity and Inclusion

Jill is Senior Policy Adviser for Diversity and Inclusion at the CIPD. Her work focuses on the areas of gender, age and neurodiversity and she has recently led work on race inclusion, managing drug and alcohol misuse at work, and supporting employees through fertility treatment, pregnancy loss and still birth. Earlier in her career, Jill specialised in small business growth through good people management and employee wellbeing.

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