Empowering Dyslexic Thinking in every workplace

Empower Dyslexic Thinking in every workplace

Dyslexic Thinking skills are valuable and vital. They are the ‘soft skills’ or ‘Power Skills’ every workplace is looking for, and AI cannot replicate, like creativity, adaptability, leadership, innovation, problem solving and critical thinking.

New research shows that AI is the perfect co-pilot for Dyslexic Thinking, and together they are the unstoppable force every workplace needs to drive their business forward. So NOW is the time to Empower Dyslexic Thinking – or risk being left behind.

Our Latest Report

Our new report in partnership with Randstad Enterprise, shows that there is a shocking gulf between what employers believe they know about Dyslexic Thinking, and the experiences of dyslexic employees, despite Dyslexic Thinking skills aligning with 2023 WEF’s most in demand skills.


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Promise to Empower Dyslexic Thinking today

Promise to Empower Dyslexic Thinking in your organisation today by signing up to take our FREE training, available on LinkedIn Learning from October. The training course will include interviews and advice from exemplar organisations including EY, Virgin, GCHQ, LinkedIn, Randstad and Microsoft. Plus, inspiring insight from our NEW podcast series, Lessons In Dyslexic Thinking, coming later this year.


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How to Empower Dyslexic Thinking now

Use our FREE resources to start Empowering Dyslexic Thinking and employ the full potential of dyslexic minds, right away. Follow the 4 steps below to create a culture change, from top to bottom. Share our Employ Dyslexia guide with your entire organisation. And find our factsheets for employees and managers below.

  1. Define dyslexia as a valuable thinking skill
  2. Offer adjustments that enable dyslexics to thrive
  3. Tailor recruitment processes for dyslexics
  4. Support affinity groups & communities


Employ Dyslexia Guide

How to Employ Dyslexia

What is Dyslexic Thinking?

Dyslexic Thinking is recognised in the dictionary as an innovative way to think. 1 in 5 are dyslexic and their thinking skills are vital to the workplace. Here is the entry in dictionary.com:

Research tells us Dyslexic Thinking is vital

Our 2018 report, Value of Dyslexia 1, found that Dyslexic Thinking skills match with the skills of the future (as identified by the World Economic Forum). While the skills dyslexics find challenging are in decline, according to the second Value of Dyslexia report. Our latest report, Dyslexic Dynamic, finds that the pandemic has sped up the process of automation and Dyslexic Thinking is vital for the workplace of today.

Value of Dyslexia 1 Value of Dyslexia 2 Dyslexic Dynamic

Download our FREE resources

Empower Dyslexic Thinking in your workplace with our workplace factsheets for employees and managers. Plus, download our FREE Dyslexic Thinking Skills posters.

Join the #DyslexicThinking movement

Join the movement to show you recognise #DyslexicThinking as a valuable skillset by showing your support on LinkedIn and, if you’re dyslexic, add it as a skill on LinkedIn today. Or encourage those who are dyslexic in your workplace to add it to their profile.

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Dyslexic Thinking Skills

How other workplaces are empowering Dyslexic Thinking

Watch our D.Spot vodcast and see how organisations like GCHQ – the British Intelligence agency are joining the dots and empowering Dyslexic Thinking through their recruitment processes, affinity groups and more.

21st Century Definition of Dyslexia

Dyslexia influences as many as 1 in 5 people and is a genetic difference in an individual’s ability to learn and process information. As a result, dyslexic individuals have differing abilities, with strengths in creative, problem-solving and communication skills and challenges with spelling, reading and memorising facts.

Generally, a dyslexic cognitive profile will be uneven when compared to a neurotypical cognitive profile. This means that dyslexic individuals really do think differently. Traditional benchmarking disadvantages dyslexics, measuring them against the very things they find challenging.