Episode 45 with Sally Close dyslexia and neurodiversity in the workplace In this episode, Shae speaks with Sally Close on dyslexia and neurodiversity in the workplace. Introducing Sally Close – Business Improvement Consultant Sally Close left her corporate career armed with 20+ years of leadership experience to apply her business improvement prowess to her own consultancy - helping clients with organisational development and cultural change. Sally is a parent of a dyslexic child and has a deep understanding of the challenges and benefits learning differences can create within the workplace. Sally imparts knowledge of learning differences and thinking preferences in safe learning environments. Facilitating a growth mindset and diversity of thought to enable creative solutions to complex problems. Learning transfer is supported through the practical application of new skills via the implementation of business improvement projects. Sally works with companies who believe “our people are our biggest asset” and value investing in their people to bring strategic business plans to life. Listen now Sally was also instrumental in developing our first eLearning course Dyslexia in the workplace> find out more about our course at the DHub. Please select a donation amount (required) $50 Will help us continue the work we are doing change the lives of young people and adults with dyslexia. $75 Will help us support young people and adults with a mentor. $100 Will help us run our 1800 helpline so those with dyslexia can connect through our peer support service. Other Donate If you would like to help us keep creating our fantastic podcasts then you can donate today! Donations over $2 are tax-deductible and every dollar counts.