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In the 1990s, Jeff grew up in a Silicon Valley household where both of his parents built and sold software companies.
After graduating from the UC Berkeley with a degree in Computer Science he spent his time working in some of Silicon Valley's fastest charging startups.
After a short time working as an employee, he realized that he wanted to follow his parents footsteps and started his journey down the road of entrepreneurship. By the age of 27 Jeff had written two books, founded three companies, given two TED talks, and managed to get zero speeding tickets but countless parking tickets. Including two towing incidents.
With a fascination of psychology, Jeff focuses his efforts on how to bridge differences in the workplace so people work in an environment they are excited about. He has addressed companies like Google, Amazon, LinkedIn, and lot of others, but listing them all out can get pretty boring pretty fast.
General Long Bio:
Internationally respected speaker and consultant, Jeff Butler helps bridge generational gaps between Millennials and companies looking for their talent and patronage.
Butler has quickly built his reputation as a memorable presenter with tangible solutions for attracting, retaining, and engaging Millennials as employees and customers. Within just the past three years, he has spoken at two TEDx events and multiple Fortune 500 companies like Google, Amazon, and LinkedIn.
Butler is a third-generational Silicon Valley entrepreneur and has founded three companies at the age of 27. He grew up in the era with the highest employee turnover rate in American history…a rate which shows no signs of reversal. As a computer science major at U.C. Berkeley, whose program was ranked second in the country, he experienced the ongoing parade of companies and recruiters trying to woo him and his classmates.
Butler spent the first years of his career at some of the world’s fastest-charging startups and tech companies before launching his consulting company in 2016. He is the author of two books The Authentic Workplace and The Key to the New You.
- Wireless lapel-style microphone
- Audience Microphone
- PowerPoint with hand-held clicker
- LCD Projector
- Connection between laptop and projector to be determined in advance
- Raised platform with easy access to audience (such as center riser)
- Comfort monitor featuring both presentation and timing information
- Other requirements:
- Pens/Pencils for all attendees