Keynote Speaker Melbourne | Top Motivational Speaker
Keynote speaker in Melbourne. Duncan Stevens can be hired as an inspirational motivational speaker in Melbourne, Australia. As a keynote speaker, he helps many of the industry’s most recognisable brands, teams and leaders become more influential and more effective and readjust to economic changes through what they say and how they behave.
With over a decade of experience, Duncan has already himself as a sought-after contemporary keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, inspiring and fascinating 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 highly successful entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and is widely regarded as among the world’s leading authorities on influence, persuasion, high performance and navigating change.
Duncan’s entertaining, interactive and visual presentations inspire audiences to adopt different perspectives. He is often hired as a sales keynote speaker, leadership keynote speaker and teamwork speaker to increase performance and adapt to change. His work, whether it’s through leadership coaching, sales coaching, or speaking takes teams from pretty good to superb or from excellent to market-leading through difficult economic times.
Before Duncan become a keynote speaker, he gained an Honours degree in Business Management, served as an officer in the British Royal Navy, was a business coach and trainer as well as a senior manager for some globally recognised businesses.
With over 10 years of experience, Duncan is globally recognised as the leading authority on the subjects of influence and effectiveness. He is often regarded as an easy-to-work-with speaker and has presented at summits and events internationally and all throughout Melbourne and all of Australia.
Watch Duncan’s Melbourne Extended Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Melbourne Clients Include:
“Fun, entertaining and content-rich keynote from Duncan. We secured him for his virtual keynote which was superb and then an in-person presentation which was fantastic. Highly recommend speaker!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT MELBOURNE FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues:
Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Convention Place, South Wharf, VIC 3006
Melbourne City Conference Centre (MCCC), 333 Swanston St, VIC 3000
Angliss Conference Centre, 555 La Trobe St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Karstens Conference Centre, 123 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Cliftons Conference Center, 1/440 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
General Information About The City:
This capital of the state of Victoria is the second-most populous city in Oceania with it over 5M residents, this world-class tourist destination boasts the largest urban tram network on the planet. The city was built by the British in the 1800s on the site of an important traditional meeting place for local Kulin nation clans going back at least 40,000 years. Today though it’s noted for cultural heritage and is home to many of Australia’s best-known landmarks, including the National Gallery of Victoria and the World Heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building. Melbourne also consistently ranks as one of the world’s most liveable cities and hosts various international annual events.
Melbourne as a Conference and Events City:
There has been substantial international investment in the infrastructure and property market since the mid-90s; along with major inner-city urban renewal project which has a shift in the overall quality of life for residents and tourists alike. The city is situated within the bay of Port Philip and is surrounds by dense natural foliage and amazing beaches, and even though the weather is generally oceanic and mild, its geographical topography meant that the climate is bordering on a humid subtropical. Summers can be really hot, and accentuated by thunderstorms — so it may be worth planning your conference for the milder winter months though hailstorms do pass through briefly.
Places To Eat in Melbourne as a Conference Attendee:
There are loads of great restaurants in the greater Melbourne and city area for you to choose from along one of the best is Tipo 00 at 361 Little Bourke St where you can find elegant Italian cuisine in an intimate, sophisticated laneway locale (+61 3 9942 3946); if you are looking for a light lunch snack in a stylish yet homely café then The Hardware Club at 43 Hardware Lane Upstairs is worth a visit (+61 3 9670 1110); for those looking for fusion flavours in a cosy setting then the upscale Asian dishes severed by Sunda Dining at 18 Punch Ln, Melbourne are definitely for you (+61 3 9654 8190); people wanting a fine-dining can head over to Embla at 122 Russell St, offer gourmet tapas pairing with their extensive wine menu (+61 455 122 121); and if you’d simply like wholesome quality the Osteria Ilaria at 367 Little Bourke St, has great pasta and a friendly atmosphere (+61 396 422 287).
Melbourne City Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
Even though the city is outdoor activity focused, along with having numerous sports offerings including a world-class cricket stadium, the annual Australian Open Tennis tournament, and various other events for folks that are into that sort of thing; this city truly is a cultural treasure. Highlights to look out for including the International Arts Festival, and International Comedy Festival – among dozens of others, you’ll also want to check schedules for the Southbank Theatre, Symphony Orchestra and the Arts Centre Melbourne — which is home to the State Theatre and Hamer Hall. They also hosts various musical events throughout the year and has an epic underground rave scene.