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Diversity and inclusion must be part of an organization’s DNA and implicit in each employee’s mission. Jennifer Brown Consulting brings fresh insights, girded with real-world examples, to a field in need of reinvigoration.
—Former Mayor of Houston
Jennifer Brown Consulting understands the importance of relationship building in challenging microinequities and creating change. They have a genuine appreciation for the need to step out of one’s comfort zone when expanding one’s circle in order to truly live as an agent of change.
—Commissioner & Chair, New York City Commission on Human Rights
Jennifer Brown Consulting provides fresh insights and a straightforward framework for companies that are seeking to enact true progress and ensure that both diversity and inclusion are top of mind for their leadership.
—Diversity and inclusiveness officer, EY Global
The feedback from Jennifer Brown’s keynote to four hundred of our financial advisors and regional leaders was incredibly positive. She spoke about diversity and inclusion in such a way that our attendees were able to truly connect with her and understand the significance of this topic in the business world today. We wanted more of her knowledge and purchased a copy of her book, Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace & The Will To Change for every member of the audience.
—C-Suite Executive, UBS
Jennifer Brown Consulting’s training was the talk of the office for the rest of the week! Everyone was using the language from the training, with many mentioning how much teams opened up and shared personal stories that brought everyone closer. The training was delivered flawlessly, with more attention from the crowd that I have ever seen.
—Operations Manager, Cisco
Where do we want to go? Include all key stakeholders in creating a compelling vision tied to your business and a clear value proposition for having a diverse and inclusive culture so that buy-in is aligned. Set clear targets—not quotas—that balance complexity with cohesiveness.
How ready are we to go there? Identify and diagnose your organization’s ability to achieve a more diverse workplace that embraces inclusion. Understand your current situation in terms of statistics, root causes and underlying mindsets. Learn from D&I best practices within your industry and outside it.
What do we need to do to get there? Develop a portfolio of initiatives to ensure forward momentum. These should reflect top D&I priorities with articulated outcomes and success metrics. Differentiate and tailor approaches to ensure all feel Welcomed, Valued, Respected and HeardSM.
How do we manage the journey? Lead from the top. Define the rollout strategy for each initiative. Launch 1-2 highly visible flagship projects at the beginning of the effort. Monitor rigorously. Share success stories.
How do we keep moving forward? Embed diversity & inclusion in your business strategy to achieve results, relevance and sustainability. Continuously address potential mindset barriers through systematic change management. Link diversity to other change management efforts.
We engage with you wherever you are on your journey. Partner with us to build out your whole journey towards a more inclusive workplace, or work with us on targeted programs. We borrow from a staged change process called “The 5 As of Transformation” and add our unique lens to it.Learn More
Publicly traded companies on the DiversityInc Top 50 List outperform by 50% over 10 years.
80% of working Americans say inclusion is an important factor when choosing an employer.
Companies with at least three women directors have experienced a 42% increase in sales.
(Source: Anita Borg Institute)
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