Jason Jennings

Jason Jennings has spent over twenty years founding and leading successful businesses and teaching other companies how to achieve their full economic potential.  He has traveled the globe and studied more than 100,000 companies to distill and discern the winning strategies of profitable businesses.

Jennings has authored several bestselling books including his latest, The Reinventors- How Extraordinary Companies Pursue Radical Continuous Change, which reveals the secrets of those leaders and organizations that have successfully reinvented and transformed themselves.


 "Everyone is searching for the same things in life: the assurance that everything is going to be all right, that their tomorrows can be better than their today and the roadmap that shows them how to make that brighter day happen. Together, these things comprise the essence of purpose and it's my responsibility in a keynote speech to provide that assurance, promise and the roadmap." 

- Jason Jennings

ABOUT Jason Jennings   (+/-)

Revolutionizing Business at an Early Age

Jason Jennings began his career as the youngest radio station group owner in the nation whose unique and legendary programming and sales strategies are credited with revolutionizing many parts of the broadcasting industry. Building upon that experience and success, Jennings later founded Jennings-McGlothlin & Company, a consulting firm that became the largest media consultancy in the world.

Discovering the Secrets to Success of the World's Best Businesses

Jennings traveled the globe in search of and digging deep inside the fastest companies in the world for his first 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 The New York Times Bestsellers Lists. Published in 32 languages, USA Today named it one of the top 25 books of the year.  Since then, Jennings and his team have continued their exhaustive research to pen several other bestselling books that illuminate the best practices of successful companies around the world.  As such, Jennings has been named by USA Today as one of the most in-demand business speakers worldwide.



Hit the Ground Running

Jason's new speech is based on the most important findings from the research for his latest book, Hit The Ground Running-A Manual For New Leaders. Filled with rich stories, vivid examples and anecdotes that make the powerful information come alive, the speech contains the discoveries that allow companies and their leaders and workers to achieve results fast.

Reinvention: The Six Secrets of Change

This keynote is based on Jennings'  latest book released on May 10, 2012. The Reinventors- How Extraordinary Companies Pursue Radical Continual Change, which identifies more than 100 companies that have made constant change an integral part of their DNA. By examining innovative businesses such as Apple, Capital One, Starbucks, Arrow Electronics, Nucor Steel, Smithfield Foods and many more, Jennings  identifies six points, tailored to your organization's needs that will help you crack the code on change. Key double digit annual growth, letting go of yesterday's breadwinners, conventional wisdom and ego, making lots of small bets and getting and keeping everyone on the same page.  

The Five Secrets of the World's Best Performing Leaders and Companies

This is the crowd pleaser that's received standing ovations from hundreds of thousands of people in scores of countries around the world. After studying more than 100,000 companies for his bestselling books on speed, productivity, revenue growth and his latest book, Hit The Ground Running, Jason works with the group sponsoring the speech and selects the five most important discoveries he's made that are appropriate for the audience and presents them in spellbinding fashion.  This speech is appropriate for any audience composed of people wanting to improve their management and leadership skills and life skills.   Both of these speeches are offered as either a keynote speech accompanied by Q&A or as a half-day program.