Phoenix Keynote Speaker
With over ten years of prior experience, Duncan is globally acknowledged as the leading authority on the subjects of business creativity, innovation and influence. Nowadays, he can be hired as an inspirational keynote speaker in Phoenix. All of his keynote presentations are relevant, bespoke to each event, memorable and thought-provoking. Duncan is widely regarded as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and has presented at conferences and sales kick-offs worldwide and throughout Phoenix and Arizona.
His knowledge allows him to help teams and executives to unlock their creative potential become more influential and more effective and adapt to change and adopt a more global, forward-thinking mindset. His keynotes are content-rich, highly engaging, motivating and entertaining and inspire audiences to develop different perspectives. He is the founder of the Influence Association and author of the chart-topping book Effective Influence.
He is a serial entrepreneur, professional ‘mentalist’ and creative consultant and is widely regarded as one of the world’s premier authorities on business creativty, influence, and innovation and how to aply this to navigate change and lead more effectively. Before this, Duncan served as an officer in the British Royal Navy, was a business coach and mentor as well as a senior executive for some internationally recognised brands.
He is frequently hired as a sales keynote speaker, leadership keynote speaker and teamwork keynote speaker to increase efficiency and adapt to economic changes. His work, whether it’s through leadership coaching, creativity coaching, or influence speaking takes teams from okay to great or from exceptional to market-leading through tough economic times. He is a truly international speaker and helps organisations not just in Arizona but from Aukland to Bali and from Birmingham to Zurich.
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Some of Duncan's Global and Phoenix Clients Include:
“Superb keynote presentation from a true gentleman. Duncan delivered an ‘on-point keynote at our sales kick off here in Phoenix for an international crowd and it landed perfectly. He took time to engage and connect with the audience after his keynote and it is these little touches that no doubt make him the success he is. Thanks again!”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT PHOENIX FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Phoenix
Phoenix Convention Center, 100 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Desert Willow Conference Center, 4340 E Cotton Center Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85040
Star Conference Center, 2502 E Washington St #200, Phoenix, AZ 85034
Kachina Ballroom & Conference Center, 2000 W Westcourt Way, Tempe, AZ 85282
Sodexo Conferencing, 4340 E Cotton Center Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85040
Royal Palms Resort and Spa, 5200 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018
General Information About The City:
Known by locals as the Valley of the Sun, this city situated in the Sonoran Desert, is the largest state capital in the United States by population — as well as being in the top ten most populous in the entire country. Originally founded as an agricultural community in the late 1800s, and with a thriving industry for many decades dues to the ingenious canal system fed by the Salt and Gila Rivers, the metropolis has begun shifting towards the technology sector with many companies having setup headquarters here since the turn of the millennium.
Phoenix as a Conference and Events City:
Being an economic hub for the region Phoenix has attracted numerous conventions for your delegates to consider from the International Water Conference where stakeholders from around the world will be meeting to discuss the global issues and potential solutions to the Water Infrastructure Conference where you can plug into the local knowledge of the Phoenix professionals network. Or if you’d rather attend something slightly more relaxing then the Oasis Gift Show promises to have loads of great things to buy, plus there is the Phoenix Festival of the Arts if you’d like to invest in something slightly more substantial, as well as the Phoenix Fan Fusion for some straight-up fun. And those looking to do some professional networking can to either the Digital Summit Phoenix or their Health & Fitness Expo depending on which sector of the economy you are more interested in focusing on.
Places To Eat in Phoenix as a Conference Attendee:
As an international tourism destination there are plenty of high quality eateries for your conference delegates to enjoy, although one of the best is Binkley’s Restaurant at 2320 E Osborn Rd, where you can enjoy creative dishes made with carefully sourced local ingredients (+1 602-388-4874); or if you’d prefer an elegant night out then Different Pointe of View at 11111 N 7th St, offers nu-American cuisine and epic views of the city (+1 602-866-6350); and those looking for an upscale bistro vibe can head to Tarbell’s at 3213 E Camelback Rd, for wholesome light lunch options and a great selection of wines served in a stylish dining room (+1 602-955-8100); otherwise you can always make a reservations for Kai Restaurant at 5594 W Wild Horse Pass Blvd, where you can get upscale Native American dishes while enjoying a plush courtyard vibe (+1602-225-0100); plus there is Quiessence at 6106 S 32nd St, that offers a sleek yet intimate fine-dining experience and delicious global fusion plates (+1602-276-0601).
Phoenix Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
There are plenty of cultural attractions for you to enjoy while in town from the Arizona Capitol Museum for traditional artefacts to the Phoenix Art Museum where you can see more contemporary installations and even the Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park where they have pre-historic displays. Plus there are loads of venues where you can see live musicals and other kinds of performances from the Herberger Theater Center that offers opera, ballet and plays to the Mesa Arts Center where you can check more modern offerings. And if you’d like to explore some of the natural surroundings the Phoenix Botanical Gardens has the largest collection of arid plants in the country, and there is even the South Mountain Park which is the highest elevation desert preserve in the world.