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Lead Toolkit

advice for managers

Disabled people are a fabulous untapped talent pool of loyal and committed employees. They bring a perspective that can help transform a business’s culture, customer relations and performance for the better.

The Lead Toolkit contains a range of information and resources for business owners, leadership teams, managers and human resources teams to help them employ disabled people within their businesses.

Download the Toolkit

Download the Lead Toolkit

You can download the whole Toolkit as a PDF, or you can browse it section by section.

Download the Lead Toolkit.


Busting the myths about disabled employees

Check out the top myths about employing disabled employees

Myth: Providing accommodations for disabled people is expensive.

Check out the top myths about employing disabled employees.


About this toolkit

Go to section 1: About this toolkit

Section 1 outlines what disability is, and how the tooklit can help you.

Go to Section 1: About this toolkit.


Section 2: Employing disabled people - committed leadership

Employing disabled people

This section provides employers and business owners with important tools on how to provide a clear commitment to employing and retaining disabled people. Go to section 2: Employing disabled people.


Section 3: The Employment Cycle – advice for hiring and people managers

The employment cycle

This section of the Toolkit provides advice to hiring and people managers to ensure that they can confidently recruit and maximise the potential of disabled employees throughout the employment cycle. Go to Section 3: The Employment Cycle.


Section 4: Advice for people managers

Advice for people managers

All employers benefit when their business invests in more skilled and confident managers through guidance and training. Managers often set the tone for the team and drive team culture. Go to section 4: Advice for people managers


Conclusion

Go to the conclusion

The conclusion section features a handy checklist for employing disabled people.

Go to the conclusion.