NeuroCreativity: A Mini Workshop

5 juli 2024

@ 12:30 - 13:15

What do Quentin Tarantino, Hannah Gadsby, and Richard Branson have in common? Their neurodivergent ways of thinking and creating have fueled their incredible success.

Join us for a inspirational mini workshop where we explore the power of neurodiversity. Learn how to apply neurodivergent thinking to creative problem-solving and unlock the immense potential within teams. Discover what neurodiversity is and how it can bring extraordinary benefits to creative businesses. We will dive into the challenges and, most importantly, the unique qualities that neurodivergent individuals bring to the table, transforming the workplace of the future.

Don’t miss this opportunity to harness the strengths of neurodiversity and elevate your creative endeavors. Embrace unique perspectives and watch your creativity soar!

On the 26th of July we have a more in depth workshop. We give 10 tickets for ADsterdam visitors for free (normally only for VIA members). So sign up during this mini workshop your colleague/ employee (or yourself if you cant get enough of this topic) who wants to dive in the world of its own strengths within the world of Neurodiversity.

*Anyone who registers to the event (via event bright) get’s into ADsterdam for free (a 15 euro value).

Programma

Speakers:

Stephanie Raber -Neurodiversity in Business & HOI Foundation 

Stephanie, Owner of Happy Dyslectisch and VP strategy of Neurodiversity in business NL, is an dynamic entrepreneur and advocate for neurodiversity. Drawing from her personal experiences with dyslexia. Stephanie's expertise lies in delivering captivating keynotes, personalized training sessions, transformative change management, and top-notch consultancy services. Her ultimate goal? To foster a neuroinclusive environment within your organization.

Tjerk Feitsma – starter and director of the Neurodiversity Foundation 

Tjerk Feitsma is a neurodivergent impact entrepreneur who wants to make the world a better place. Convinced of the statement 'Diversity is Strength', he has prototyped and built solutions to create equality, interpersonal connection and self-management for neurodivergents in a neurotypical society.