Mariann shares how she and her UX research team at Stack Overflow are taking steps to create a more inclusive product experience, while reflecting on her experiences as a mother to a neurodiverse daughter.
Wesley talks about what it’s like to be a developer with dyslexia and why self-empathy and self-compassion have been important to his evolution as a senior leader.
Ceora explains why it’s important to be on a psychologically safe team from her perspective as a Black woman who is also neurodivergent.
We talk about giving people the space necessary to do their best work, implementing more inclusive hiring practices, and everyday routines that help us stay our happiest and most productive.
We conclude with a note about why supporting neurodiversity is good for everyone of all walks of life.