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10 Steps to Diversity and Inclusion in a Post-Election World

With the need to process the shockwaves of change that have occurred over the last month, we at Jennifer Brown Consulting (“JBC”) have found ourselves on the front lines of numerous important discussions and sharing of thoughts and ideas amongst our community of diversity and inclusion (D&I) change agents. What we’ve felt, personally and professionally, [...]

JENNIFER BROWN, AN INTERVIEW: “INCLUSION, DIVERSITY & THE WILL TO CHANGE.”

A few weeks back, Jennifer Brown—an award-winning entrepreneur, dynamic speaker and diversity and inclusion expert, and the founder, president and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, LLC—officially launched her new book “Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace & The Will To Change.” Not only did it shoot up to #1 in Amazon’s Best Sellers chart, but it [...]

Including ALL in the diversity and inclusion revolution

As we all know (and have felt) by now, this year’s presidential campaign was incredibly divisive along the lines of gender, education, and ethnicity. The immediate spike in the number of hate crimes demonstrates how deep the fractures go in our society, and how exclusion – from economic opportunity, or by a hyper-focus on diversity [...]

Making It Safe To Be Different: How To Retain Top Talent

Have you ever felt forced to suppress your true self in an effort to survive in the workplace? If so, you’re not the only one. According to Uncovering Talent: A New Model of Inclusion—a study by Kenji Yoshino and Christie Smith for Deloitte University—many in the workplace do this. It’s called “covering” and is defined [...]

Feeling Our Impact: Getting Honest About White Privilege, The Workplace, And Life

It’s the smallest things that help those outside the norm feel included, respected, and valued, not just at work but also in everyday life. For example, as a diversity and inclusion expert, I often explore both unconscious bias and the ramifications of privilege with my clients. When the role of privilege isn’t understood by leaders [...]

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Executive Sponsors Fuel High-Performing ERGs Executive Summary

Is your company looking for ways to turn friendly support groups into smarter, active teams that deliberately benefit the business? Are you looking for a quick read? Then pick up the new executive summary of "Executive Sponsors Fuel High-Performing ERGs." The study's findings identify the roles and best practices Executive Sponsors can embrace as they [...]

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Jennifer Brown’s Thoughts on Entrepreneurship: An Audience Member’s Perspective

On Wednesday, May 6, Jennifer Brown participated as a panelist along with five other accomplished woman founders and CEOs at New York City’s newly-renovated LGBT Community Center. The space served as a fresh and fitting location for a multi-generational group of successful women to come together and reflect upon their leadership journeys, including the course [...]

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Executive Sponsors Fuel High-Performing ERGs

Is your company looking for ways to turn friendly support groups into smarter, active teams that deliberately benefit the business? Then pick up “Executive Sponsors Fuel High-Performing ERGs,” a new white paper by JBC. The study’s findings identify the roles and best practices Executive Sponsors can embrace as they lead Employee Resource Groups to reach [...]

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Fueling ERG Performance with Executive Sponsors: Roles Made Visible

Is your company looking for ways to turn friendly support groups into smarter, active teams that deliberately benefit the business? Then pick up “Executive Sponsors Fuel High-Performing ERGs,” a white paper by New York City-based diversity and inclusion firm Jennifer Brown Consulting (JBC). The study’s findings identify the roles and best practices Executive Sponsors can [...]

Establishing Value: Do Women Accept Less and Do More?

After almost 10 years as CEO for a global diversity and inclusion firm, I was still shocked when I read EY’s latest report, which predicts we may be “waiting 80 years for gender parity.” Yet the movement around Reddit CEO Ellen Pao’s gender discrimination lawsuit against her former employer, Kleiner Perkins, a Silicon Valley venture [...]