We are a management consulting firm that specializes in aligning the culture and the way people interact with the Strategy, Mission, and Vision of the organization to accelerate results.
For decades, KJCG has been in the forefront of leveraging differences for innovation and proven results. Our experience shows that inclusion is a powerful “HOW” for enhancing innovation, workforce engagement, and improved operational and financial success. We bring our skills and expertise to every client partnership—from organizations that want to be better to those struggling through times of change and transition.
KJCG is excited to have a chapter by Judith H. Katz, Frederick A. Miller, and Monica Biggs included in the upcoming book Inclusive Leadership: Transforming Diverse Lives, Workplaces, and Societies.
Fred Miller and Judith Katz started The Kaleel Jamison Foundation in 1987 as part of the celebration of Kaleel Jamison’s (1931 – 1985) life. It was active for several years, but was dormant the last many years. We are renewing it.
Lots of organizations want to be more diverse. How do you translate good intentions and desire into everyday actions? Here are a few ways you can build greater inclusion and diversity in your organization through every step of your recruiting, retention, and development process.
After conversations with NTL, we’ve decided to reschedule the Developing the Organizational and Personal Self (D/OPS) workshop. The new dates are 30 September - 5 October 2018.
KJCG is pleased to announce that Fred Miller & Judith Katz’s book, tentatively titled Safe Enough to Soar: Accelerating Trust, Inclusion, and Collaboration in the Workplace, will be published in October 2018 by our favorite publisher Berrett-Koehler (BK).
The addition of a new class of worker, driven by AI, promises to challenge the path to greater inclusion by having the potential to exponentially increase disruption not just in organizations but in society, government, and our everyday lives.
It is with pleasure that we announce that Fred Miller is the recipient of The Forum on Workplace Inclusion’s 2018 Winds of Change award in the individual category!
We—Ilene Wasserman, Yabone Gilpin-Jackson, Judith Katz, and Fred Miller—are excited to offer Developing the Organizational and Personal Self (D/OPS), an advanced personal growth workshop, in March 2018. We hope you will join us as we explore who we are, develop ourselves to be more the people we want to be, and identify and eliminate behaviors that get in the way of being our best selves.
It’s clear that Artificial Intelligence is here to stay. Most agree it is already influencing our lives and that influence is growing rapidly. But is most of the conversation about AI missing something big?