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Rise of the Chief Neurodiversity Offi...

Free publication According to John Levell of the Levell Partnership, “we need to think differently about “different thinking” because neurodiversity can transform the fortunes of organisations”.  The Levell Partnership has recently published a free article entitled “Rise of the Chief Neurodiversity Officer” It talks about how successful organisations like Google, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Apple, Tesla, […]

BDA Organisational Memebers Day ̵...

BDA Organisational Memebers Day – 15 June 2017

I am very pleased to have been asked to speak about the rise of the “Chief Dyslexic Officer” at this BDA event in June.  Also speaking will be individuals from Microsoft, the BBC, Exceptional People, ACAS and the BDA.  Please do consider joining us… and if you have any questions, do get in touch with either me, […]

Different thinking brings a new type ...

Different thinking brings a new type of consultancy…

Thinking differently… After 9 fantastic years at EY, with 6 of those as the sponsor of the EY Dyslexia Network, I am now planning the next phase of my career. With 25+ years of experience imagining and delivering digital and technology enabled change, I know the value of the different perspective that dyslexia brings… so… In the next […]

Dyslexia News – July 2015

Dyslexia News – July 2015

Dyslexia News – July 2015 Dyslexia and dyslexics are frequently in the news.  Here are some links to a small selection of the articles published last month that feature dyslexia and dyslexics.  If you want to receive … please subscribe by filling in the form to the right, or follow me on twitter @DyslexicProf.

Dyslexia News April 2015

Dyslexia News April 2015

Dyslexia News March 2015 Dyslexia and dyslexics are frequently in the news.  Here are some links to a small selection of the articles published last month that feature dyslexia and dyslexics. If you want to keep informed… please subscribe by filling in the form to the right, or follow me on twitter @DyslexicProf.

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