Jason Jennings

Jason Jennings has spent twenty years founding and leading successful businesses and consulting other companies; teaching them how to achieve their full economic potential.


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Business, Leadership, Management, Motivation


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Jason Jennings has spent twenty years founding and leading successful businesses and consulting other companies; teaching them how to achieve their full economic potential.
He was the youngest radio station group owner in the world and his unique and legendary programming and sales strategies are credited with revolutionizing many parts of the broadcasting industry. Later, he founded Jennings-McGlothlin & Company, a consulting firm that, within three years, became the largest media consultancy in the world.
 
He spent eighteen months traveling the globe in search of and digging deep inside the fastest companies in the world for his book, It's Not The Big That Eat The Small - It's The Fast That Eat The Slow. Within weeks of its release it hit the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and New York Times Bestsellers Lists. Published in 32 languages, USA Today named it one of the top 25 books of the year!
 
Next, he and his research team studied more than 40,000 companies and identified the ten most productive companies in the world for his best-selling, Less Is More, published by Penguin Putnam. In the book, the secrets of the world's most productive companies are revealed.
 
Following two years of research, his latest book, Think BIG - Act Small, debuted in 2005, profiling the leadership of the only 10 companies in the world to have grown both revenue and operating profits by ten percent or more annually for ten consecutive years without missing a beat. Like his previous books it debuted on all the bestseller charts.
 
He's now at work on a new book that will examine the values of the world's best performing companies.
 
When not traveling the world on research and adventure travel Jennings delivers 80 keynotes annually and in 2005 USA TODAY named him one of the three most in-demand business speakers on the planet alongside Jim Collins (Good to Great) and Tom Peter (In Search of Excellence).
 
Programs:
Presentations are customized for each audience. Generally, keynotes include 5 big points garnered from research from Mr. Jennings' past three books (the study of more than 150,000 companies). The 5 points change based on the needs of the audience but often include the following:
 
1. The world's best leaders and companies are led by and united in a Cause.
2. The world's best leaders and companies have mastered the art of letting go.
3. The world's best don't try to satisfy customers: they strive to completely satisfy the 'right' customer.
4. The world's best companies get everyone to think and act like owners.
5. The world's best companies are led by leaders who see their role as Stewards...steward leadership is where it's at!
 

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