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A passionate advocate for neurodiversity, Theo Smith, himself neurodiverse, has dedicated his career to promoting neurodiversity in the workplace. He founded Neurodiversity At Work LTD to raise awareness and advocate for the unique strengths and perspectives that neurodivergent individuals bring to the professional arena.
About Theo Smith
Theo’s extensive experience in HR and recruitment spans roles such as Recruitment Manager for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and advisor for TapIn. He also hosts the “Talent Hacks for Scaleups” podcast, sharing his expertise to help businesses embrace neurodiversity and harness its benefits.
Additionally, Theo is currently Vice President of Customer Acquisition for Zinc Work, where he spearheads efforts to transform the background check process for recruiters and businesses, ensuring a more inclusive and equitable candidate screening process. He co-authored “Neurodiversity at Work” and hosts the insightful podcast “Neurodiversity – Eliminating Kryptonite & Enabling Superheroes.”
A compelling speaker, Theo is frequently sought after for diversity and inclusion events, where he shares his personal experiences as a neurodiverse individual and promotes the power of neurodivergent talent.
With his deep understanding of neurodiversity and his passion for its promotion, Theo is an invaluable asset to any organisation seeking to enhance diversity and inclusion, foster innovation, and achieve sustainable growth. His expertise in neurodiversity recruitment, DE&I, and neurodiverse perspectives makes him an exceptional speaker and advisor, helping businesses unlock the full potential of their neurodivergent workforce.
To book Theo Smith, contact The Speakers Agency on +44(0)1332 810481 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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