Manchester Keynote Speaker
Duncan Stevens can be booked as an inspirational motivational speaker in Manchester. As a keynote speaker, he assists a number of the industry’s most recognisable businesses, teams and leaders become more influential and more effective and readjust to change through what they say and how they behave.
With over ten years of expertise, Duncan has established himself as an in-demand and in-demand keynote speaker due to his content-rich, highly engaging, inspiring and engaging keynote speeches and masterclasses. He is the founder and CEO of the Influence Association and best-selling author of the chart-topping book Effective Influence. He is a successful entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is widely considered as one of the world’s premier authorities on influence, persuasion, effectiveness and navigating change.
Duncan’s entertaining, content-rich and visual keynote speeches encourage delegates to take on modern perspectives. He is regularly engaged as a sales speaker, leadership speaker and teamwork keynote speaker to increase team performance and navigate change. His collaboration with teams and leaders, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales coaching, or speaking takes teams and individuals from good to excellent or from excellent to market-leading through challenging times.
Before Duncan becoming a keynote speaker, he secured an Honours degree in Business Management, served as an officer in the UK’s Royal Navy, was a business coach and trainer as well as a senior manager for some internationally recognised brands.
With over a decade of experience, Duncan is globally acknowledged as the leading authority on persuasion and performance. All of his keynote presentations are relevant, tailored to each event, highly memorable and motivating. He is often acknowledged as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has delivered his keynote speech at summits and sales kick-offs internationally and all over Manchester. You can learn more about Duncan Stevens here.
Watch Duncan’s Manchester Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global Clients Include:
“Duncan attended our small conference but made a real impact. All of the attendees left with loads of really actionable takeaways and was just the kick up the bum they needed!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT MANCHESTER FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues:
Manchester Hall, 36 Bridge St, Greater City, M3 3BT
University of Manchester, Oxford Rd, M13 9PL, UK
King’s House Conference Centre, 49-51 Sidney St M1 7HB
Manchester Conference Centre, Sackville St, M1 3BB
Central Convention Complex, Windmill St, M2 3GX
General Information About The City:
The city started as a Roman fort settlement way back in 75AD and is now the second-most populous urban area in England, and has a thriving textiles industry which was made possible through creating the Port of Manchester on Mersey River which directly links the city to the Irish Sea. However, it still holds much of its Middle Age architectural charm, while still being a culture, media link, and scientific research hub.
Manchester as a Conference and Events City:
Manchester experiences a temperate climate with an inland breeze that comes off the ocean; during the summer, temperatures often reach plus 25 degrees Celsius, however, it can get really cold in the winter months – although snowfall is not common. The public transportation system is world-class though, with highly accessible tram and bus routes, which helped the city achieve its rating as the second-best location on the “Places To Invest in Property in the UK” list. Additionally, cycling for transportation and leisure is encouraged, so the infrastructure is there should you prefer this mode of sightseeing.
Places To Eat in Manchester as a Conference Attendee:
There are many fine eateries in the Manchester area however one of the most highly rated is Erst at 9 Murray St in Ancoats where you can get seasonal small plates and contemporary natural wines in a relaxed lounge vibe (+44 161 826 3008); for a modern take on fine-dining you can head to Kala Bistro at 55 King St (+44 161 839 3030); if your fun night out the sleek and vibey fusion of Indo-Japan flavours with the cocktail bar at Australasia sushi café at 1 The Avenue, Deansgate is for you (+44 161 831 0288); the intimate dining and innovative menu offerings at Hispi at 1C School Ln, Didsbury, are definitely for those with a taste for elegant European dining (+44 161 445 3996); and for those in search of more exotic flavours the bright modern canopy bar and décor at Try Thai on the Upper Ground Floor of 54 Faulkner St will satisfy (+44 161 228 1822).
Manchester City Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
The city is a cultural hub for music and the performing arts; with a thriving theatre, opera and dance scene – as well as having two symphony orchestras, the Hallé and the BBC Philharmonic. Venues schedules worth checking include the Manchester Opera House, which features large-scale touring shows; the Palace Theatre; and the Royal Exchange Theatre, as well as several other small scale locations such as the Contact Theatre and Dancehouse on Oxford Road. There is also the annual International Festival which highlights arts and other original works by world-leading artists from around the world.
And for those who are not really into the thriving club and pride nightlife scenes; there are plenty of museums and galleries to check out including the Science and Industry Museum, and Manchester Art Gallery in Mosley Street. Not to mention that Manchester is a UNESCO City of Literature known for a “radical literary history”, the highlight being Gaskell House which is now open as a literary museum, that is worth your time.