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Hi Dave. Your ideas are very true! Sound advice. It’s similar to advice I’ve received from others, too. I have some lists/information for those sorts of questions; I just have to decide what to share in different places. Here, I thought I’d more introduce the concept and reason behind why I started, rather than trying to sell it, so much – since my clients are most likely to be larger than the small businesses represented here.
Finding examples – actual real-life examples from workplaces – of what happens when they are and are not supported – is difficult. I’m not sure how to find them. I do give general examples, though.
You’re right that it’s a challenging concept to sell, not least because the temperament itself is really easy, it seems, to misunderstand; as well as the idea of what I’m doing – i.e. not trying to pander to, or create perfect specialist conditions for one group, but helping them so that they help everyone.
I do find it difficult, though, to articulate those direct benefits. I might be getting better with each attempt…?!