“If our children had the opportunity to learn that the world is different in various aspects, for example in the way our brains function. That one person may have talents in mathematics, another in the humanities. That we learn differently knowledge.
Teaching children to accept themselves is the task of both parents and schools. But it would be fantastic to also have systemic solutions that would tell us that we are simply different and will be different throughout our lives. And this is beautiful. We can draw from it, we can learn, we can complement each other. If we could teach this to kids in schools, I think it would be easier for us in the workplace too.”
We talked about neurodiversity in the workplace:
📍 amenities that employers can easily introduce in the office space,
📍 skills that should not be missed,
📍 the way of conducting job interviews
📍 the value of publicizing the topic of human brain diversity.
All this so that we can understand each other better.
Paweł Tkaczyk is a master of storytelling. I say this from the point of view of an observer of his activities on social media (I die of envy when he summarizes the viewing statistics of his posts every month), and from the point of view of a reader of the book “Narratologia”
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