Jeffrey Rogers is an award-winning educator and sought-after speaker and facilitator obsessed with one essential question for our time: How do we thrive as leaders and learners in a world of accelerating change and systemic disruption?
Around that investigation as his central theme, he weaves keynote sessions, live and online learning experiences, and designs workshops to spark mindset-shifting conversations touching on: emerging technologies and social trends, convergence and complexity, innovation and impact, and leadership and the imperative of lifelong learning.
Foundationally, Jeffrey believes the future is too important to be left solely to the futurists, and his grand professional goal is to empower more people to think/act/live and lead like the future is theirs to create. He’s connected dots and ideas for a long list of Fortune 500 companies, been a top-rated facilitator and moderator of executive education programs and international summits for Singularity University since 2017, and dropped in as a guest lecturer and workshop leader at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford, and the Empowerment Summit at ECAL in Lausanne.
Engaging, dynamic & oriented toward practice, Jeffrey is a captivating speaker for a crowd of thousands and a thoughtful and playful facilitator for more intimate live online or in-person workshops and roundtables — everything from inspiring crash-course keynotes on exponential technology & futures-thinking to multi-day immersive learning journeys into creative leadership and organizational change.
Thriving in Exponential Times – Understanding how tomorrow will be different than today and why that matters more than you know
The world is changing faster than ever and the future will be here before you know it. To survive, it’s not enough to know it’s coming. You have to be able to imagine it. You’ll learn about exponential technologies, their impact on the world and how to capitalize on the change we’re all experiencing by thinking beyond it. Because if you only set your sights on what’s coming next, you’re already too late.