Special thank you to Sean Douglas and his team at the CodPast. The 2018 interview was conducted prior to my presentation at the British Dyslexia Association International Conference in Telford, U.K.
Hindsight, I should have titled the book differently. The book contains a wealth of information beyond how technology is changing our world. Therefore, I have added an overview of the book chapters below. Thank you for your continued support. Tiffany
Amazon Best Seller!
Bang on the money! As neuro-typical jobs are being replaced by technology – from robots to Ai – what are the needs of business in the future? Higher cognitive thinkers – aka dyslexics. Great book. Every CEO should read this. – Chris J. Arnold, CEO Creative Orchestra Advertising, United Kingdom
Tiffany’s thought-provoking rallying call is that computers will replicate neuro-typical thinking easily, those who think less typically will be gold dust to the new economy. – Louise Wood, Bell House, United Kingdom
In the first section of the book, Tiffany discusses the impact of artificial intelligence and automation on employment, the global economy, and society. With the rapid advancement of technology, Tiffany shares her vision of how literacy and language could be redefined in the future.
Chapters 3 – 4
These chapters focus on the future of work and how we will need to disrupt employment perceptions. Even in 2021, work continues to change individual’s worldviews of dyslexia and neurodiversity.
Chapters 5 – 8
These chapters discussing focusing on your talents, strengths, and advantages dyslexics may possess in the new digital economy.
Chapters 9 – 11
The book shifts to providing strategies and information for corporate managers and HR professionals with checklists and strategies for onboarding new dyslexic employees, daily work tasks, and team communication.
Chapters 12 – 14
Tiffany discovered, during her book and speaking tours, the unspoken side of dyslexia is often kept silent. In chapters 12 – 14, she shares stories from fellow dyslexics about word retrieval problems, the wonkiness of living with dyslexia every day, and its impact on our relationships.
The book’s resource sections include links to books, organizations, people in the United States, and the United Kingdom.
Publisher Book Blurb
In Tiffany Sunday’s, groundbreaking book, she asserts the last competitive edge against the machines is human creativity. She examines the impact of artificial intelligence and automation on employment, the global economy, and society.
Tiffany condenses research and dozens of interviews into a convincing narrative about the future of work and new job opportunities for creative, problem-solving professionals.
Advanced digital systems and platforms are creating a homogenous mindset. Companies are seeking professionals, who neurodiverse or have dyslexia, to utilize their natural problem-solving, spatial reasoning, and pattern-finding abilities.
Tiffany challenges readers to embrace a paradigm shift in a new way of thinking about neurodiversity and creativity while shattering the definition of literacy.
Filled with thought-provoking insights about artificial intelligence and automation, workplace strategies, and lifestyle insights, this book is a must-read for dyslexic professionals and especially human resource teams and hiring managers.