Our Purpose: to build the next generation of workplaces where all people can thrive in their authenticity.
At Audir, we're passionate about the role of neurodiversity in the workplace and specialise in supporting those who appreciate the value of a broad range of thinking styles and perspectives.
We're driven to create environments where neurodiversity is understood, valued, and effectively leveraged to optimise business outcomes.
With lived experience of neurodivergence, we recognise both the strengths that our neurokin bring, as well as the challenges that they face.
Audir means "to listen" ~
We listen to employers and individuals to understand strengths, challenges and needs.
We listen to those with lived experience - in the workplace, families, and the wider community.
We recognise our privilege in being able to speak up and advocate for change and we understand the importance of listening, learning, and amplifying the voices of those whose experiences differ to ours.
We do this by:
Partnering with small businesses we deliver neurodiversity education programs to co-design systems that embrace the value of neurodiversity in the workplace.
Supporting individuals - we deliver individual and group coaching that reveals strengths, identifies job fit, develops strategies to support high performance, and builds confidence to self-advocate in the workplace.
Creating connections - we collaborate with values-aligned partners to provide welcoming and safe spaces for youth and adults to connect, learn, and know that they belong.
Global Goals - we care about creating positive and sustainable change and are committed to our role in achieving the Global Goals to build a greener, fairer, better world by 2030.
We know that Belonging is crucial to mental and physical health.
We care that those we connect with: clients, colleagues, collaborators, and community - all feel heard, seen, and celebrated.
We collaborate with values-aligned partners to provide welcoming and safe spaces for youth and adults to connect, learn, and know that they belong.
We value the richness of diversity and seek to amplify the voices of those who are not often heard.
We recognise that we are continually learning and embracing the wisdom of those with lived experience.
We welcome the diversity and inclusion of all people irrespective of ethnicity, gender, age, faith, identity, sexual orientation, and gender identity or disability.
We are grateful to live and work on Awabakal land and recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded.
We bring our unmasked and true selves to our work - this includes creativity, fun, meaningful conversations, clear communication, fairness, equity, and compassion.
We seek authentic connections.
We support our clients to lead through example by being true to their unique personality, values and spirit.
We care about creating positive and sustainable change and are committed to our role in achieving the Global Goals to build a greener, fairer, better world by 2030.
From the services we deliver and the causes we support to our choice of suppliers - we are committed to ethical and sustainable accountability.
Owner of Audir, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant
I am a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant with a passion for supporting Neurodivergent individuals in the workplace.
My career had its foundations in social research, working on employee engagement surveys for multi-national organisations. This insight into organisations led to my love of working with businesses to develop and support the strategies that enable a thriving workplace culture.
With previous experience across the Professional Services, Manufacturing, Transport, and Hospitality industries; I now work primarily with clients in Allied Health and Community Services, developing person-centred cultures in alignment with the NDIS framework.
I hold a Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology and Political Science), and accredited certificates in Narrative Coaching, Mindfulness, Human Resources, Training and Education, and Business. I am an accredited REACH Facilitator, DiSC Facilitator and a member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).