Neurodiversity and communication: Understanding social quality as a relational characteristic

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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.”




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Dr. William Lane

Dr. William Lane

Special education consultant, international speaker, and best-selling author advocating for neurodiversity on campus and in the workplace.

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