What does it mean, practically, to be an inclusive leader? And what happens to your business, team, and leadership when you embark on the journey?In this thoughtful episode, Jennifer Brown takes a deeper dive into what it takes to be an inclusive leader and examines the challenges and mindsets that continue to hold many leaders back. Combining nearly two decades of professional DEI expertise with personal experience and reflection, she tackles complex topics such as identity, privilege, and systemic inequities. Brown makes the journey to becoming an inclusive leader accessible and actionable.Whether you are well on your inclusive leadership journey or just beginning, Jennifer meets you where you are and equips you to take action. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, hear Jennifer Brown deliver a call to action for leaders at every level to find their role and voice in affecting societal and workplace change. She shares concepts from her new book, How to Be an Inclusive Leader, Second Edition. For more information about Jennifer Brown visit www.jenniferbrownconsulting.com
Episode 25: Jennifer Brown on Leadership, Uplifting Others, and Attribution
Jennifer Brown is a Black speculative fiction writer & Undergraduate Learning & Research Librarian at UC Berkeley. Critical pedagogies not only guide her day-to-day librarianship, but they also bedrock her work as one of the Community Managers for We Here, an organization that provides a safe & supportive community for Black and Indigenous folks, and People of Color, in library and information science professions.Learn more about her work by visiting her website, at www.jencbrown.com.
56. How To Be An Inclusive Leader with Jennifer Brown
Movement Makers With Nikki Groom
Becoming an inclusive leader is not a final destination. It’s a lifelong learning experience and commitment. When it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion work, many of us are practicing and are bound to make mistakes. In this episode, Jennifer Brown, award-winning DEI advocate, author, and speaker, joins me for a discussion about DEI work and leadership. She shares how to embrace DEI from a humanistic perspective in both our personal and professional lives, and reinforces that all of us have the power to make a difference. As the Founder and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting (JBC), a certified woman- and LGBT-owned firm, Jennifer and her team design and execute inclusion strategies that have been implemented by some of the largest companies and nonprofits in the world.
In this episode, I am joined by Jennifer Brown (Founder and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting). We discuss why it is important for leaders to foster an environment of inclusivity so that everyone feels seen, valued, and heard. Check it out! Social Media/Plugs https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferbrownconsulting/ https://twitter.com/jenniferbrown https://jenniferbrownconsulting.com/ https://jenniferbrownspeaks.com/inclusive-leader-book/# If you have a question for the podcast call 571-336-6560 or leave a question via this Google Form. Five Minute Journal by Intelligent Change Affiliate Code: https://www.intelligentchange.com/?rfsn=4621464.017186 Tappy Card “Electronic Business Card” Affiliate Code: https://tappycard.com?ref:philip-wilkerson Please leave a rating/review of the Podcast https://lovethepodcast.com/positivephilter Intro music provided by DJ BIGyoks. Check out his Instagram and Soundcloud channel can be found here: https://www.instagram.com/beats.byyoks/ https://soundcloud.com/dj-bigyoks Outro music provided by Ryan Rosemond. Check out his Soundcloud channel here: https://soundcloud.com/brothersrosemond/albums Please follow Positive Philter: Positive Philter Facebook Page Positive Philter Twitter Positive Philter Instagram If you would like to support the podcast, please consider donating to the Positive Philter Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/positivephilter Positive Philter was selected by FeedSpot as Top 20 Positive Thinking Podcasts on the web. https://blog.feedspot.com/positive_thinking_podcasts/
Jennifer Brown: Certified Divorce Lending Specialist
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In this episode of loanDepot Wholesale’s Renovation Radio, we talk to Jennifer Brown from Neighborhood Mortgage Inc. in Atlanta, GA. Jennifer is a Certified Divorce Lending Professional who works with Family Law attorneys and the Amicable Divorce Network to structure divorce settlements to help all parties with mortgage qualification.Neighborhood Mortgage Inc. is an Atlanta, GA based Mortgage Lender and is licensed in 4 states (Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, and South Carolina). More information can be found at: www.nloans.netInformation on the Certified Divorce Lending Professional designation here: www.divorcelendingassociation.comInformation on the Amicable Divorce Network here: www.amicabledivorcenetwork.com/
Non-Obvious Ways To Build Inclusivity, with Jennifer Brown and Rohit Bhargava
Jennifer Brown and Rohit Bhargava, co-authors of the book Beyond Diversity: 12 Non-Obvious Ways to Build a More Inclusive World, join Host Laura Zarrow to discuss the different ways in which bias is experienced, and their work to transform well-intention conversation into meaningful change. Originally aired with Host Laura Zarrow on February 10, 2022 on SiriusXM’s Business Radio, Channel 132. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep. 49 - Virtual Reality in a Math Class with Jennifer Brown
How far outside the box are you willing to take your classroom? How about far enough that you enter a virtual world, where your students use their own avatar to manipulate the concepts you're teaching. This is what Jennifer Brown does in her math classroom. She uses a curriculum developed by Prisms of Reality (link to their website below) to teach her students about algebra. This requires wearing a headset and "leaving" the room to enter a virtual space. Would you be willing to let your students do this? To discover and control their environment in order to learn and gain mastery over graphs and equations? This is a bold move, but I predict that this is one of many, many more classrooms that will be teaching this way. They say that cell phones of the 2000s and the advent of the smart phone will be as VR goggles will be as we move through this decade into the 2030s. Hold on teachers, it's going to get wild and sooner than later!Check out the work of Prisms of Reality at their website:https://www.prismsvr.comI would also suggest you check out a book by Jaime Donally called The Immersive Classroom available on Amazon. Find her on twitter: @JaimeDonally
Minisode 30: Jennifer Brown on Rethinking Leadership
The Will To Change: Uncovering True Stories of Diversity & Inclusion
In this minisode Jennifer Brown shares her thoughts about how executives need to pivot and how to create a safe container for leaders. Discover the link between psychological safety and performance and the challenge of leading without having all the answers.
My Mother Saw a Monkey. Ivan & Red accuse each other of being bad mothers and then work together to help expose the truth of the Jennifer Brown Administration that is callously allowing service members to die in her name. They also spend the opening bit talking about the new Game of Thrones show House of the Dragon, you can skip to (8:54) to just listen to Y: The Last Man. Check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s newly launched podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or via RSS As always: Support Ivan & Red! → patreon.com/boarsgoreswords Follow us on twitter → @boarsgoreswords Find us on facebook → facebook.com/BoarsGoreSwords