Sept. 19, 2022

A neurodivergent approach to workplace wellbeing – with Lee Chambers

Lee Chambers is a business psychologist and the founder of Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing, which helps organizations design and deliver well-being and inclusion strategies. He is the current Great British Entrepreneur of the Year for Service...


Lee Chambers is a business psychologist and the founder of Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing, which helps organizations design and deliver well-being and inclusion strategies. He is the current Great British Entrepreneur of the Year for Service Industries and can be often found speaking on gender equity and menopause in the workplace.

During this episode, you will hear Lee talk about:

  • Getting his autism diagnosis as an adult
  • His experience growing up as an undiagnosed autistic Black boy, including his struggles to fit in and find role models
  • His eclectic career path that led him to entrepreneurship
  • How he helps organizations improve employee well-being in the workplace – what that means, why it’s important for employee retention, talent development and a healthy workplace culture – and why organizations need to “Show, not Tell” when it comes to inclusion
  • The connection between menopause and talent management that's often ignored

To find out more about Lee and his work, you can find him on his official website. You can also find him on social media on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.

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