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ABOUT JASON

  • Over 1,000 standing ovations
  • Bestselling author at age 18
  • More than 300 media appearances
  • “Research guru” –Adweek
  • Co-Founder of The Center for Generational Kinetics

 

A little about Jason Dorsey

The #1 Generations and Emerging Trends Speaker and Researcher

Jason’s gift is solving challenges for leaders through his unique research and acclaimed presentations. Jason delivers specific, practical solutions grounded in original research that drive measurable results for you. He’s funny, too.

Jason has been featured on 200+ TV shows, including 60 Minutes, 20/20, The Today Show, CNN, CNBC, and The Early ShowThe New York Times featured him in its cover story on marketing to Millennials.

1,000+ Standing Ovations and Unique Content

The #1 generations and behavioral insights keynote speaker, Jason Dorsey has received more than 1,000 standing ovations from audiences as large as 16,000—and as small as 16 board members. Jason’s presentations are extremely customized for you and feature always-new research and solutions specific to your audience, global region, confidential data, and much more.

Research that Separates Myth from Truth so Leaders Can Take Action

Jason Dorsey is President of The Center for Generational Kinetics, the leading generations and behavioral research, speaking, and consulting firm.

You can learn more about Jason by checking out his bio page or connecting with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.

Jason's Media Appearances and Clients Include:

  • Jason Dorsey is one of the most compelling and engaging speakers I’ve come across in my career.

    In fact, ‘speaker’ does not adequately describe Jason, who is equal parts researcher, social anthropologist, and entertainer.”

    Stephen Cannon, CEO
    Mercedes-Benz USA

  • Jason Dorsey is known around the world as the foremost authority on Millennials and Gen Z. He is one of the best speakers you’ll ever see on stage.

    He’s smart, entertaining, educational and funny. He’s also full of more energy than most people have after eight cups of coffee — like human Red Bull.

    He’s been our highest rated speaker at two different events!

    Jeffry Pilcher, CEO
    The Financial Brand Forum 

  • Jason’s speech was a huge hit at our International Management Conference!”

    Katie Taylor, President
    Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

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You Might Be Wondering: Does Our Speaking and Research Drive Results? Video Proof: Repeat Client Shares Their Experience Solving Generational Challenges

I love working with repeat clients because I get to know their team, culture, challenges, opportunities, and strengths over a long period. Going into the details with clients and working with their teams consistently also builds momentum for action, buy-in, trust, innovation, and results across their organization.

Generations Keynote Speaking Workforce

My unexpected adventure from a college dorm room back to speaking at that same college—and the BIG lessons I learned the hard way

I wanted to make the most of coming full circle back to where it all started. So I took a big risk while back on campus. Right before my informal speech I decided to try something I’ve never done before as a speaker. I had ZERO idea how it would work out. That risk ended up reframing how I saw my own story, my own journey, my own decisions, and how I’ve grown. 

Gen Z Generations Keynote Speaking

On BBC Debating if Gen Z is Actually “Weaker” Than Older Generations. My answer may surprise you.

The reality is that Gen Z is coming of age facing a variety of challenges that other generations have not faced at the same life stage, most notably the Covid-19 pandemic and the always-on pressure of social media directly to their smartphone. Add in the mental-health challenges of social distancing and isolation during the pandemic, distance-learning challenges, and all the formative elements of young adulthood, and it’s easy to see why the generation is feeling like it’s a challenging time.

Gen Z Generations Media Research