Neurodiversity: A new lens for workplace design
13 February 2020
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Academy Xi, 48 Druitt Street, Ground Level, Sydney NSW 2000
What if workplaces were designed to better suit the physical, sensory, behavioural and emotional environment of a much broader range of people than we currently do? What if we sought to go beyond the narrow lens of introvert or extrovert? What if we designed our workplaces and shaped our cultures around a much broader and more equitable definition of diversity and started to take into account people’s neurological differences?
Domino will take us through a very personal journey of having her daughter diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, and realising that her two worlds were colliding with the understanding that all of us occupy our own unique place on the spectrum, and that designing diverse, plentiful and genuinely differentiated places to work must be part of the future of workplace design.
Domino is one of Australia's most highly regarded and trusted workplace designers. She has a passion for leading clients and design teams through projects that are fundamentally aligned with strategic and future focused business objectives, and that involve complex cultural change agendas. Domino enjoys deeply collaborative and engaged partnerships with her clients and collaborators.
Together with HASSELL's leading experience, strategy, and workplace design teams, she draws on her considerable expertise to create future focused, people centric workplaces for the world's leading organisations.
Dates and fees
13 February 2020
6:00 pm ~ 7:30 pm
48 Druitt Street,
Sydney NSW 2000