Dyslexia in the workplace

Many managers in business have little idea what can be done to help people with spelling, reading and dyslexia challenges. There is no reason why they should, they are experts in a completely different field and there has been much work done to help people, since they left school. The skill to visualise words, will dramatically help most people who struggle with words, in just a couple of hours.www.dyslexiaintheworkplace.co.uk

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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1 Response to Dyslexia in the workplace

  1. In just 2 hours you can achieve a measurable improvement in the spelling and reading of your staff. Imagine how that could positively impact:

    Your profit levels and error rates
    Your Customer Service levels
    Your scope for internal development and promotion
    Your internal and external recruitment
    The motivation of your staff
    Your Corporate Social responsibility and Duty of Care
    Your development programmes
    Free 30 min telephone coaching on Learning at Work Day, May 19th 2011.

    “This must be the most cost effective training ever” quote from an HR Manager, “now I realise that the very skills that makes people great double glazing fitters, confuses their literacy – fascinating and so easy to change, once you have made the connection”

    We can run 1-1 coaching with individuals and organise in-company programmes. Empowering Learning offers tailor made programmes to businesses.

    Short Breakthrough sessions
    Training Trainers
    1-1 Coaching

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