“The better we communicate, the better we work”

Dyslexic people often think divergently, and creatively. When our teams, our social groups, and our classrooms are divergent, good communication is more important than ever – and it can build trust, loyalty, and happiness. Poor communication, however, can alienate, it can create stress, and it can harm relationships. Have you considered the best ways to communicate your ideas to a neurodivergent audience? Are you getting your message across? As the well-known dyslexic Richard Branson said, communication is the thing humans forgot when we invented words.