GAIN adds talent consulting firm to its ranks

Established in 1993, the company operates in 15 global offices

GAIN adds talent consulting firm to its ranks

Diversity & Inclusion

By Kenneth Araullo

The Group for Autism, Insurance, Investment and Neurodiversity (GAIN) has announced the addition of Sheffield Haworth, a global talent consulting firm, to its membership.

By joining GAIN, the organisation notes that Sheffield Haworth demonstrates a commitment to fostering neuro-inclusion in both its internal operations and client services. This collaboration underscores the firm's recognition of the unique benefits that can be derived from employing and engaging neurodiverse individuals, including those with different thinking styles and abilities.

Sheffield Haworth, established in 1993, operates across 15 global offices in regions including the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific. It offers a range of services to its clients, such as executive search, on-demand interim executives, strategic research and advisory, change consulting, and leadership advisory. These services are aimed at helping clients realize their potential and gain a competitive edge in rapidly changing market environments.

Maria Merkou, joint subgroup lead at Sheffield Haworth, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership with GAIN, highlighting the firm's dedication to promoting neuro-inclusion.

“Our belief in the transformational benefits that arise from embracing the skills and talents of different thinkers, particularly the neurodiverse, will drive positive change in our industry and beyond,” Merkou said.

Francis McGee, executive chair of GAIN, also welcomed Sheffield Haworth to the group, emphasising that this is an exciting period for the organisation.

“Our industry is working hard together to become a place where neurodiverse individuals can thrive, belong and feel fulfilled at work,” McGee said. “Sheffield Haworth’s expertise will help us move forward even faster.”

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