Collabosphere welcomes Jon Favreau

We are very excited to announce Jon Favreau as our Tuesday keynote speaker for Collabosphere!

 

The session

Jon Favreau, speechwriter extraordinaire for President Obama, shares his secrets for more effective communication and messaging. Whether you’re pitching a client, running a meeting or crafting your brand’s story, well-chosen words can be the difference between success and failure. Drawing on his experiences in Washington and on the campaign trail, Mr. Favreau will also highlight organizational differences between winning and fizzling campaigns, and discuss how to make yourself heard even when you’re not the CEO (or the POTUS).

 

The speaker

From 2009 through early 2013, Jon Favreau served as the director of speechwriting for President Barack Obama, a role he also played for the President during the 2008 presidential campaign. Favreau began writing with President Obama in 2005, when he started his first term as a U.S. Senator, and has had a hand in crafting nearly every major speech that the President delivered over the last 8 years. Favreau is the co-founder of Fenway Strategies where he has consulted and written speeches for several celebrities, Fortune 500 CEOs, and nonprofit leaders and has been featured in both TIME magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World” and in GQ’s “50 Most Powerful People in D.C.”

 

The conference

This year, we’re packing the mornings with purposeful inspiration and innovation and offering up whole afternoons of intensive iMeet Central training and instructive case studies.

Historically, Collabosphere attendees come from large B2C brands, advertising agencies, mid-sized organizations, Fortune 500 companies and more. Roles include heads of IT, project management, sales, marketing and creative services.

Register now to join us in Hollywood for the collaboration conference of the year!

Adam McKibbin
Post by Adam McKibbin

Adam McKibbin is the content marketing manager for iMeet Central. His writing has been featured in Adweek, the Chicago Tribune and The Nation, and he’s produced content for some of the leading tech brands on the Fortune 500.

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