Too Many Businesses are Still Failing Neurodiverse Workers

“Companies must take the lead and show that they view learning disabilities as an asset, not a detriment,” says this dyslexic CEO.

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When I graduated from Brown University 20 years ago, I wrote a message on my cap—”dyslexic on board.” The world I was graduating into viewed learning differences as something to be ashamed of, but I was proud of my super power. I also dreamed of a day, in the years to come, in which the stigma of neurodiversity would fade into the background."

—David Flink

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