Start a crucial conversation about invisible disabilities at work.
As an Invisible Disability Awareness Speaker, I have seen audiences laugh, cry, high five and Hail Mary during our presentations. Our events are different in the very best way.
Research shows that face-to-face learning defines and clarifies issues three times faster than email or video.
So, no sitting alone in a cubicle reviewing modules.
No monotone videos.
No one-size-fits-all advice.
You will leave with a lot of actionable knowledge.
Talking about invisible disabilities—ADHD, OCD, dyslexia or depression—is the #1 way to humanize all those acronyms and labels. The more you understand, the easier it is to connect and be successful.
Forbes, Senior Contributor, award-winning author
SPEAKING AND CONTENT TOPICS
DENISE BRODEY, Rebel Talent’s founder, is a 25-year veteran of the news business who also speaks candidly about her lived experience with learning disabilities and mental health issues. She also understands that businesses today are under intense pressure to align corporate values, diversity and inclusion and business goals.
She speaks with candor and positivity about mental health issues in the workplace, including how to go beyond compliance and start conversations that change the culture.
In today’s marketplace, there are few people like Denise who can speak to both the human and business side of being inclusive and help you to create programming and collateral that sticks.
The Impact of Telehealth in 2020 in Beyond
Working with Community Partners to Recruit for Inclusion
The Power of Peers to Boost Corporate Performance
What Employees Are Saying About Your Company Culture
Onboarding People with Invisible Disabilities
Cross-company Collaboration to Promote Mental Health Resources
Guaranteeing ERGs and Sponsor Success
What You’ll Learn:
Determine your organization's readiness for change
Identify key stakeholders
Develop a solid case to present to potential critics
Organize and prepare your department(s) to achieve goals