What’s next for education? | Live Q+A

Our world is in crisis but we have the control to create something better moving forward – join Jen Kelchner (founder of LDR21) for weekly live Q+A’s for businesses, leaders or anyone who is ready to move the world forward during difficult times. Each week we will have a theme but it all will revolve around your questions!!

Who are we now? Global Identity Crisis | Live Q+A

Our world is in crisis but we have the control to create something better moving forward – join Jen Kelchner (founder of LDR21) for weekly live Q+A’s for businesses, leaders or anyone who is ready to move the world forward during difficult times. Each week we will have a theme but it all will revolve around your questions!!

Changing perspectives during crisis | Live Q+A

Our world is in crisis but we have the control to create something better moving forward – join Jen Kelchner (founder of LDR21) for weekly live Q+A’s for businesses, leaders or anyone who is ready to move the world forward during difficult times. Each week we will have a theme but it all will revolve around your questions!!

Co-Lab: Redeemer University

Co-Lab: Redeemer University November 25, 2019 Jen Kelchner Recently, we had the opportunity to work with a group of college students at Redeemer University, where our founder Jen Kelchner remotely led a collaborative ideation lab for the University’s Core Capstone course. During this session, we helped the students through a process of thinking outside the […]

The Role of Trust in Organizational Relationships

The Role of Trust in Organizational Relationships June 5, 2019 Jen Kelchner Trust is an important issue in any relationship. “Trust” is an important issue for organizations of all sizes, and open organization advocates often espouse openness’ power to generate high-trust organizational contexts and enhance trustful relationships between organizational members. Recent years have demonstrated a […]

Four Ways To Get The Talent You Want

Four Ways To Get The Talent You Want October 17, 2018 Jen Kelchner Talent leaders should hire for “culture fit”—at least, that’s what we’ve heard. For decades, actually, that’s been the most widely recommended (and generally accepted) best practice. The term “culture fit” has itself created an industry segment worth billions of dollars. Today, however, […]

Digital Transformation & Industry 4.0

To survive Industry 4.0, think beyond the digital. The source of the changes is far more than “digital transformation” or “emerging technologies.” We are a connected and aware generation who consumes information in mass volumes in real-time through handheld devices. Policy and regulation are changing. Political upheaval is occurring. New business models are emerging. New markets are appearing. We are part of a global market and a much larger ecosystem—and as with all ecosystems, the slightest shift can cause radical changes throughout the whole of the system.