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Episode 1

Autism in the face of modern approaches to employment

What will you learn in the episode?

How autism awareness has changed over the years, what is key in building a career for a neurodiverse person and how employers can reach out to neurodiverse people, including those on the autism spectrum. Learn the perspective of a man who has worked with people on the autism spectrum and their families for more than 20 years, including in the area of professional development. In the first episode of the podcast, asperIT’s project coordinator Blazej Knapik talks to Jack Smigel – therapist and work tutor, co-founder of the asperIT training programme.

Episode 2

Professional and personal development on the autism spectrum

What will you learn in the episode?

In the second episode of the asperIT podcast, Błażej Knapik’s guest will be Grzegorz Korzeniowski, a manager and coach with many years of experience in business development but above all in supporting the personal and professional development of his clients. In the course of the conversation you will learn:

  • What characterises good coaching;
  • Whether coaching is possible for neurodiverse people;
  • whether any differences are noted between supporting the development of neuroatypical individuals versus typical
  • what benefits an employer can gain from offering coaching support to an employee.

You are cordially invited to listen in!

Listen to episode 3!

What will you learn in the episode?

What is PRISM Brain Mapping and how can it be used to support staff and team development? How do we effectively nurture employee development, including neuroatypical employees? How do we build an employee-friendly, human-centred working environment?

Blazej Knapik talked about these and many topics related to employee development with guest Ola Szlachcikowska, a specialist from 10Clouds. Ola is a coach, PRISM Brain Mapping practitioner and day-to-day staff development support person within the L&D area at 10Clouds.

We invite you to listen!

Listen to episode 4!

What will you learn in the episode?

A person on the autism spectrum in IT can help spot problems and errors before they cause disaster. They also make it possible to count on honest feedback when others are afraid to admit that something is going wrong in a project. Among other things, you’ll find out in the latest episode of our 48% better podcast! On neurodiversity in business. Episode 4’s guest is Sebastian Fyda CTO of

You will also learn from the episode:

  • What are the differences in recruiting a person on the spectrum versus a neurotypical person?
  • What it looked like to implement an employee on the autism spectrum at
  • How has the company benefited from including a person on the spectrum in the team?
  • What are the benefits to the tester on the autism spectrum and the company of working together on a bodyleasing basis with the support of specialists and mentors?

We invite you to listen!

The final episode of the first season on 28 December!

What will you learn in the episode?

“My limitations and your limitations are equally important”. – this thought has accompanied Arkadia, a participant in the asperIT Foundation’s professional activation project, since the social workshops with Jacek Smigiel. What does this mean in practice?
Listen to the last episode of this season’s asperIT podcast: 48% Better! On neurodiversity in business with guest speaker Arkadia Kowalczyk, a participant in one of the editions of the asperIT Foundation project, a person on the autism spectrum. Explore the professional world from her perspective.
What else will you learn from the episode?
  • How important are social relations, work-life balance and understanding colleagues to a person on the spectrum?
  • What does participation in a work activation project look like from the participant’s perspective?
  • How to wisely support an employee on the autism spectrum?
  • Why is self-awareness in autism and skilful boundary setting important?