24 episodes

Neurodiversity - Eliminating Kryptonite ; Enabling Superheroes is the Podcast that brings diversity of thought to life.

In this Podcast we will be hearing from:
The Rainmakers:
Those people and organisations making the difference!
The Advocates:
Those people who are supporting Neurodiversity at Work.
The Superheroes:
Those leaders who are Neurodifferent and proud.

This podcast will be the game changer we are all after.

Theo Smith will be your host, a loud and proud Neurodifferent, Neurodiversity advocate ;O)

Neurodiversity - Eliminating Kryptonite ; Enabling Superheroes Theo Smith

    • Business

Neurodiversity - Eliminating Kryptonite ; Enabling Superheroes is the Podcast that brings diversity of thought to life.

In this Podcast we will be hearing from:
The Rainmakers:
Those people and organisations making the difference!
The Advocates:
Those people who are supporting Neurodiversity at Work.
The Superheroes:
Those leaders who are Neurodifferent and proud.

This podcast will be the game changer we are all after.

Theo Smith will be your host, a loud and proud Neurodifferent, Neurodiversity advocate ;O)

    Ep 24: David O'Coimin - CEO The Do Company: Dynamic workplaces of the future

    Ep 24: David O'Coimin - CEO The Do Company: Dynamic workplaces of the future

    In today's episode, I speak with CEO and founder of The Do Company David O'Coimin. We talk about the future of workplaces and spaces and how organisations need to think and ACT now on how they design and construct those spaces. Because in David's view, our current predicament is not going away, and rather than plan for post-Covid 19 we need to accept that the future is now.

    David has some fascinating insight into the challenges and needs of employees in the workplace and how we can offer them better comfort and accessibility to the workspace.

    • 30 min
    Ep 23: Adam Corre - Neurodiversity Superhero, Speaker and Copywriter

    Ep 23: Adam Corre - Neurodiversity Superhero, Speaker and Copywriter

    In this episode, Adam shares his own journey in discovering a passion for Neurodiversity and how he has started to help Universities, Government departments and organisations to lift Neurodiversity off the page and explore what it means and why it's important. 

    This is another great example of the wide variety of individuals doing what they can to lift the lid on this topic. 

    • 29 min
    Ep 22: Roy Baladi - Smart Recruiters on accessible recruitment technology

    Ep 22: Roy Baladi - Smart Recruiters on accessible recruitment technology

    In today's episode we discuss how technology can play its part in enabling greater accessibility during the recruitment process. 

    Roy shares with us how Smart Recruiters are supporting Neurodiversity for it's: 

    *Candidates

    *Recruiters and hiring managers

    *Its employees

    I believe technology could empower those who are neurodiverse both in work, at home and when applying for jobs. Roy shares with us the positive work Smart Recruiters and its partners are doing to help shift the dial in this area. 

    • 39 min
    Ep 21: Dr Anne Cockayne - Research into the experiences of line managers who manage Autistic employees

    Ep 21: Dr Anne Cockayne - Research into the experiences of line managers who manage Autistic employees

    In this episode we explore Dr Anne Cockayne's research and examination of the experiences of line managers who manage employees with Asperger syndrome, exploring how these are shaped by contemporary HRM policies.

    I recently spoke at a global talent acquisition event and referenced the brilliant work and research that Ann has done. A fascinating episode and a great opportunity for us to consider how we can support our managers. 

    • 43 min
    Ep 20: Prof Amanda Kirby - ND Hero; helping us through the transition of getting our kids back to school

    Ep 20: Prof Amanda Kirby - ND Hero; helping us through the transition of getting our kids back to school

    It feels right that my 20th episode is with Amanda. She is an amazing supporter of Neurodiversity in all its forms. She's created tech to support us and she also shares loads of research, help, guides and resources for a wide audience. I've been following her closely as a Dad, because of the wonderful information she's been sharing to help and support parents.

    In this episode she gives us her thoughts on the transition back to school and some things we can consider and action we can take to help us all through this process. An invaluable session from an incredible woman.

    Is your child anxious about going back to school? Some further tips to help and lots more here ... https://doitprofiler.com/survive-revive-thrive/

    • 31 min
    Ep 19: High Contrast - Leading Global Drum & Bass Producer and Remixer

    Ep 19: High Contrast - Leading Global Drum & Bass Producer and Remixer

    High Contrast this weeks guest is one of the leading music producers in the world. He's from Wales, our Dads were best mates back in the day and he hears in colour. What!?! Yes you heard it, the way he produces his music is incredible and clearly he has a brilliant mind for music production. A good ear, you might say ;o)

    This is such a fascinating look into how one of the foremost electronic music producers creates sounds that are nominated for a Grammy, played across the globe on TV live as part of the Olympics and at some of the best music venues across the world.

    Truly amazing! 

    "THE ABILITY TO MAKE TRACKS ON YOUR OWN IN A SHORT SPACE OF TIME IS VERY SEDUCTIVE, AN INSTANT RUSH, THAT'S MY DRUG" High Contrast

    You can also hear one of his tracks as the intro to my podcasts 'Music is Everything'. This is the sound of Neurodiversity!

    • 39 min

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