Study proves how twofold thrives with uniqueness

Lisa Udet

Changing the world. One mind at a time.

(TLDR) Recent studies, like one by ScienceDaily, showcase the invaluable benefits neurodivergent individuals bring to the workplace, including unique problem-solving skills and innovative thinking. At twofold, we’re seeing these advantages every day. By embracing and supporting neurodiversity, we’ve cultivated an environment where everyone can thrive. Read more about this approach and leverage the full spectrum of human potential.

In a groundbreaking revelation from ScienceDaily, a recent study has unveiled the undeniable benefits of neurodivergent individuals in the workplace. Dare we say it? “We told you so!” At twofold, we live and breathe these benefits daily, and excel because of them.

The unseen power of neurodiversity
The study highlights how neurodivergent individuals — those with ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and other cognitive differences — are not just fitting into workplaces but reshaping them for the better. They bring unique perspectives, problem-solving skills, and innovation that neurotypical individuals might not.

At twofold, we’ve always believed in the power of different. In valuing what each person brings to the table. Neurodiversity is our not-so-secret weapon in staying ahead of the curve.

Real impact, real stories
From creative solutions that catapult our projects to new heights to the meticulous attention to detail that catches potential pitfalls before they emerge, our neurodivergent team members have been at the heart of our success. Their abilities to think outside the box, their unique approaches to problem-solving, and their relentless pursuit of excellence contribute to a richer workplace culture anddrive tangible business outcomes.

The Bottom line
The evidence is clear in the recent study from ScienceDaily: neurodivergent individuals are not just valuable – they are indispensable to creating innovative, resilient, and successful workplaces. We’re seeing the benefits firsthand, and we’re all the better for it.

We’re proud to be part of a movement that recognizes the strength in cognitive diversity. And we’re just getting started. Join us in embracing the full spectrum of human potential, and let’s see how far we can go together.

Lorne M. Hartman, Mehrdad Farahani, Alexander Moore, Ateeya Manzoor, Braxton L. Hartman. Organizational benefits of neurodiversity: Preliminary findings on autism and the bystander effect. Autism Research, 2023; 16 (10): 1989 DOI: 10.1002/aur.3012