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Why Addressing Neurodiversity Communication Barriers at Work Is a Two-Way Street

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In an article for Fast Company magazine on the topic of interpersonal skills and the workplace, Judith Humphrey writes: “Plenty of research has been done about the connection between strong social skills and career success — especially in a workplace that is only becoming more automated.” While true, good communication skills are essential in any workplace, particularly so in those that actively seek and support neurodivergent talent.

Traditionally, autism is characterized by a lack of or difficulty with social interaction, but researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas recently challenged that way of thinking, asking themselves: how do exchanges for autistic people unfold in the real world? “Most studies attempting to understand

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