Companies can significantly improve Inclusiveness for neurdivergent workers and overall engagement by having all companywide emails 1. include a TL;DR summary that is jargon free. 2. Maintain a short passage length standard. 3 Break down the email into sections. 4. Minimize jargon in-line.
You won’t even know I’m in a wheelchair. If all interaction is online, you won’t know. And if #education becomes true #distancelearning, with no interpersonal interaction, students won’t know that I’m disabled. What do I think about that? There is good and bad to it, as with everything. This past year I didn’t meet my
Dr. D. Light has had it with extremists. Those people who cannot bother to open their ears (or eyes) and actually engage in discussion about any issue. Instead raising their voices as if that will help to reach understanding and build society. Moderates have remained silent…and the results are clear. We cannot protect the moderate ability for dialogue and
In this edition of Insights, Dr. D. Light has a bone to pick with safe spaces. In which I express my vehement displeasure with the idea of safe spaces and how they are manifesting and being abused on campuses today. Basically, I blow my top and tear into safe spaces and trigger warnings, arguing that they