In this episode, Jared Lafitte interviews Jen Kelchner. Jen is the CEO of LDR21 and co-creator of dragonfli™. She is a thought leader on openness, leadership and change. Jen advises leaders on organization and culture change based on open principles. She is a founding member of the Forbes Coaches Council, member of the Open Organization Ambassador team, contributor to OpenSource.com, and evangelist of openness. Her book “Generation Open: building an agile organization, culture and ecosystem” is releasing early 2018. Connect with Jen on Twitter at @JenKelchner and on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/jenniferkelchner.
Stuck? Define, learn, plan, reframe. Who hasn’t ever felt stuck. Especially in our career. We talk with Chuck Papandrea in this episode about how to move, even when in a
Growing in an iterative, agile fashion to stay on the cutting edge. Talking talent trends today, we look at why internal coaching is vital and how to create space for
Changing the game of talent acquisition to meet expectations of the 21st Century Recruiting and hiring – the field of Talent Acquisition – is evolving at an incredible rate to
Continuing to unpack coworking Part 2: The conversation continues with our leaders in the co-working industry who are seeking to create intentional space to curate communities for collaboration and innovation.
Co-Working as an industry Our guests are leaders in the co-working industry who are seeking to create a new workplace culture through curating communities for collaboration and innovation. Corey Wardell
What happens when we assume positive intent? Sam Knuth of Red Hat leads us into understanding what positive intent is and how it reshapes collaborative efforts for organizations. In his
Going Deeper Into Open In Part 2, Bryan Behrenshausen of Red Hat takes us further into breaking down Open. How Red Hat started a global conversation about Open organizations and
What exactly is Open? Bryan Behrenshausen of Red Hat helps us to understand what Open is and it relates to organizational change today. How Red Hat started a global conversation