Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC

Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC

I know how to maximize output in ways most don't understand!

Imagine waking up every day excited to go to work with your team who is inspired to meet deadlines, identify mistakes, and communicate openly with you. Dr. Natalie Parks shows you how to have this with her step-by-step Dynamic Leadership Formula!

Fee Range: Open
Travels from St. Louis, MO (US)

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Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC
Natalie Parks - Motivational Speaker

I know how to maximize output in ways most don't understand!

Imagine waking up every day excited to go to work with your team who is inspired to meet deadlines, identify mistakes, and communicate openly with you. Dr. Natalie Parks shows you how to have this with her step-by-step Dynamic Leadership Formula!

Fee Range: Open
Travels from St. Louis, MO

Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC - Motivational Speaker

Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC

I know how to maximize output in ways most don't understand!

Imagine waking up every day excited to go to work with your team who is inspired to meet deadlines, identify mistakes, and communicate openly with you. Dr. Natalie Parks shows you how to have this with her step-by-step Dynamic Leadership Formula!

Fee Range: Open
Travels from: St. Louis, MO

For more information about booking Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/DrNatalieParks/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Bringing Autism to the Workplace
How to Incorporate Those with Disabilities Into the Workplace

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One in every 68 children is currently diagnosed with autism and as the population gets older, more and more individuals with autism are entering the workplace. While this disorder is defined by social and communication difficulties, many individuals with autism have obtained college and graduate degrees and have unique talents that can be an asset to any workplace. Several companies have already begun initiatives to incorporate the talents and accommodate the special needs of these individuals. Business powerhouses such as Microsoft, EY (formerly Ernst & Young), Walgreens, Freddie Mac, HP, and Home Depot have created programs that specifically target individuals with autism. Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Operations, Mary Ellen Smith, described their program in the following way: "It's simple, Microsoft is stronger when we expand opportunity and we have a diverse workforce that represents our customers....people with autism bring strengths that we need at Microsoft, each individual is different, some have amazing ability to retain information, think at a level of detail and depth or excel in math or code. It's a talent pool that we want to continue to bring to Microsoft!" As more and more individuals are diagnosed with autism each year, the need for employment will continue to grow. Those companies that create and maximize opportunities for a diverse population will thrive as the workforce changes. Key Takeaways: - The key characteristics and behaviors observed in individuals with autism - The unique skills individuals with autism may bring to the workplace - Special considerations when hiring individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities