Jason Dorsey Virtual Keynote Speaker Preview Video

Acclaimed virtual keynote speaker Jason Dorsey has delivered virtual presentations to more than 100,000 leaders in over 100 countries. Each virtual keynote is customized to your audience, event, and must-achieve outcomes. We know you want a fantastic video presentation, so Jason films each virtual keynote in a professional film studio–no DIY home office here!

Jason’s unique approach to enabling leaders to drive results across generations is why he’s headlined events from Singapore and Paris to New York City and Los Angeles. Every virtual keynote includes Jason’s trademark insights, humor, energy, and specific how-to actions. He and his team at The Center for Generational Kinetics have led more than 65 generational studies and worked with over 700 clients, so they bring unparalleled research and frontline experience to your virtual event. Their clients include many of the biggest brands in the world along with international associations, private equity, and global summits.

Jason can follow his customized virtual keynote presentations with a live Q&A session, online breakout sessions for specific topics, VIP roundtable discussions, and custom content both before and after the online event. He will record videos to promote your event as well as provide specific resources to drive action after the event concludes.

Contact Emily Boyd today to check Jason Dorsey’s availability or request more information: +1 (512) 944-5456 | [email protected]

You can also learn more about Jason Dorsey at JasonDorsey.com

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