27 February 2024
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Green Park joins Neurodiversity in Business (NiB)
New initiative to help ensure greater workplace inclusion of the neurodivergent community
Neurodiversity in Business (NiB) is an industry forum to support the participation of neurodivergent individuals in the workplace recently launched at the Houses of Parliament.
The organisation, led by Dan Harris (Chief Executive Officer) draws upon the cumulative knowledge of neurodivergent experts and leading companies to share best practice and improve the employment and experience of the neurodiverse workforce.
Speaking upon admission to NiB, Green Park CEO, Raj Tulsiani said:
“We are delighted to join this important initiative, which is clearly aligned to our corporate purpose, to change the face of leadership. We do this by helping organisations to think differently about talent. Championing diversity and inclusivity since day one, Green Park are driven by the core belief that there’s no shortage of talent, only opportunity. We have carefully crafted our executive recruitment and organisations consulting capabilities to help organisations realise the value of more equitable leadership teams and workplace cultures.”
As Green Park joined NiB, Dan J Harris, CEO said:
“We are delighted that Green Park has become a founding member of NiB. It signals their commitment to ensuring a truly inclusive workplace and a desire to strive for the best in diversity and inclusion standards.
We look forward to working with Green Park and all our members in delivering meaningful change for the neurodivergent across business.”
A selection of the forum’s founding members include: Accenture; ARM, AstraZeneca; Capita; Hiscox; IBM, Kimberly Clark; KPMG, Lloyds Banking Group; Metro Bank; NatWest; Network Rail; Openreach; Oracle; Orange; Rolls Royce plc; Sky; TalkTalk; The Open University; Unilever; Virgin Media/O2 and many more.
NiB also has an array of close partnerships with leading organisations in the ND ecosystem including: Auticon; Ambitious about Autism; the ADHD Foundation; the British Dyslexia Association; Caudwell Children’s Charity; Diversity and Ability (D&A); DO-IT Profiler; Genius Within, Lexxic; National Autistic Society and many more.
For further information as to how to join NiB, please go to www.neurodiversityinbusiness.org