Justice | Equity | Diversity | Leadership Management | Organizational Development
DLJ Consulting guides organizations to develop customized strategies to address these and other diversity and inclusion objectives.
Before you get started, it’s a good idea to take a self-analysis to ensure you and your organization are prepared to embark on the journey. Having commitment from leadership and the necessary resources at hand are essential for success and can cause harm if not ensured up front. This self-assessment from the Denver Foundation’s Inclusivity Project will help you get started toward.
DLJ Consulting is a dedicated team focused on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives to bridge the divide across organizations, police and local communities. Founded by Dr. Darryl T. Jenkins, we provide a full array of diversity and inclusion consulting programs and services for corporations, law firms, law enforcement, foundations, not-for-profits, government agencies, and educational institutions.
We focus on both organizational solutions as well as the individual. Finding the right consultant to assist you in addressing your diversity and inclusion needs can be challenging. Our success within this field is primarily due to our commitment to working with clients not only to inspire and build awareness about diversity and inclusion, but also to enable and implement practical, real world solutions over the long-term.
We contribute to publications, media analysis, author articles, and develop continuing education programs designed to lead the field beyond theory and into practice.
DLJ Consulting is the brand under which dedicated professionals and independent firms collaborate to provide consulting, equity, diversity and organizational development related services to select clients. With decades of professional and practical industry experience within Fortune 100 corporations, philanthropic, religious, clinical mental health, university, and educational non-profit organizations, and other public and private sector business and industry groups, we come prepared to leverage our professional services network.
Count on us...You can trust us throughout every step to help transform uncertainty into possibility and rapid change into lasting progress. Our people know how to anticipate, collaborate, and innovate, and create opportunity from even the unforeseen obstacle. Our dedication to leadership extends beyond our clients and the commercial marketplace to our own people and the communities in which we work and live.
Our success depends on cultivating and celebrating diverse skill sets, backgrounds, and values, and we leverage professional leadership, skills and experience to help others achieve their goals.
It’s no secret that for years, people of color — Blacks, Hispanic/Latinos, and Native American Indians — were noticeably absent from the ranks of corporate North America. Since June 1998, Dr. Darryl T. Jenkins, has been coaching, counseling, teaching and leading organizational change. Inspired by numerous national and international leaders of the past and present, Jenkins set-out with a passion and commitment to faith based initiatives and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to help improve the way people engage and interact with ethnically diverse people in congregations, corporate management, law enforcement and to a larger extent the communities in which we live and serve.
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The unique role of law enforcement and police officers in any community makes cross-cultural understanding imperative. In addition to the need to ensure officer-to-officer sensitivity, to accurately represent its constituents, law enforcement officials need understanding, respect, and a willingness to communicate with all segments of the population.
DLJ Consulting has tailored cultural diversity training that focuses on law enforcement to help law enforcement agencies maximize the effectiveness of cultural awareness and communication. In order to maximize the effectiveness of the training, four questions must be addressed: (1) who is the audience; (2) who should be the instructors; (3) what is trying to be accomplished in these concerns; and (4) how do you get there?
Our ultimate goal in Law Enforcement is to help police officers to pragmatically think about the changes in their respective department, community and how these changes can affect their jobs and their profession.