Introductions, Biographies & Whatnot
A guide for event organisers & emcees.
Short biography / Introduction
Dr Jason Fox is a modern day wizard-rogue and leadership adviser, oft sought after for his pioneering philosophies and expertise in motivation design. Jason is the bestselling author of The Game Changer and How to Lead a Quest, and in 2016 was awarded Keynote Speaker of the Year. When not liberating the world from the delusion of progress, Jason partakes in extreme sports such as reading, sun avoidance and coffee snobbery.
Dr Jason Fox is a bestselling author, leadership advisor & wizard-rogue of ace repute. Oft sought after for his fresh perspectives, contemporary philosophies and deep expertise in motivation design, Dr Fox shows forward-thinking leaders around the world how to unlock new progress and pioneer deeper into uncharted territory.
His clients include the senior executives of Fortune 500 companies around the world, including: Microsoft, PepsiCo, HP, McDonald’s, Cisco and Salesforce, to other multinationals such as Toyota, Beam Suntory, Vodafone, Honda, Sony, Tableau, Gartner, Johnson & Johnson, Xero, HP, Bupa, Red Cross, Bulgari, Pandora, Arup, KPMG, The World Tourism Forum and The International Institute of Research.
Jason is the bestselling author of The Game Changer and How to Lead a Quest: a handbook for pioneering leaders. His research has been featured in the likes of Smart Company, Huffington Post, BRW and The Financial Review. And, while thoughtfully inept at social media or marketing, his monthly ‘museletter’ is read by more than 10,000 people around the world.
In addition to serving as a leadership adviser, Dr Fox is also an in-demand keynote speaker who works particularly well with sceptical audiences who have ‘seen it all before’. In 2016 he was awarded Keynote Speaker of the Year.
When not liberating the world from poorly designed work, Jason enjoys partaking in extreme sports such as reading, sun-avoidance and coffee snobbery. He lives with an illustrator-veterinarian and a cat called π in an old chocolate factory in Melbourne, Australia.