You saw the video on the home page, right?
And a hat doffingly good day to you.
When it comes to motivation and modern leadership, I feel that you and I may be in the minority. The world seems enamoured by fluff and folklore. Motivational rah-rah and pithy business clichés that sound good but don't actually make sense, and 'gold-standard' thinking that doesn't work for the future of work. And oh, the last thing we need are more 'secrets to success'. Success is irrelevant.
What's more important is meaningful progress—the eternal pursuit of betterment. And when we approach this with curiosity, science and reason—magic happens.
But ah, this is the about page. I guess you'd like to know a bit more about myself and the team. It's... actually quite awkward writing about yourself in 1st person—so! Allow me to switch to 3rd person, and present thee with a somewhat official bio.
Dr Jason Fox
— An Official Bio —
Dr Jason Fox is a modern day wizard-rogue, author and leadership adviser. With deep expertise in motivation design, Jason shows forward-thinking leaders around the world how to unlock new progress and build for the future of work.
In 2016 he was awarded Keynote Speaker of the Year by Professional Speakers Australia, entering him into the Speaker Hall of Fame. Frequently booked over a year in advance, Jason works particularly well with sceptical audiences who have ‘seen it all before’. He delivers fresh thinking to instil new curiosity for future relevance, purpose and growth.
His clients include Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, PepsiCo, McDonalds and Beam Suntory, and other multinationals such as Toyota, Honda, Sony, Gartner, Telstra, Macquarie Group, Johnson & Johnson, Commonwealth Bank, Red Cross, Suncorp, Singtel Optus, Origin Energy, AMP, ANZ, NAB, Xero and The International Institute of Research.
Jason is the bestselling author of The Game Changer, and the author of the recently released book: How to Lead a Quest. His research has been featured in the likes of Smart Company, BRW and The Financial Review.
He is based in Melbourne, the dapper coffee capital of Australia.