Wellington Keynote Speaker
Duncan Stevens is globally acknowledged as the premier authority on innovation, business creativity, influence and effectiveness. He is widely regarded as an easy-to-work-with keynote speaker and can be hired as an inspirational motivational speaker in Wellington. His work, whether it’s through leadership training, creativity speaking or sales training takes teams from okay to excellent or from exceptional to market-leading through difficult times.
As a keynote speaker, he assists organisations, teams and executives around the world (from Milan to Monaco and from Montreal to Moscow) to become adopt a more global mindset and helps them become more agile by unlocking their creativity and influence and persuasive abilities. With over a decade of prior experience, Duncan is an in-demand visionary keynote speaker due to his content-rich, engaging, motivating and fascinating keynote presentations and masterclasses.
He is a professional mentalist and creative consultant, the founder of the Influence Association and best-selling author of the best-selling book Effective Influence. As an award-winning ‘mentalist’ he is considered as one of the world’s premier authorities on business creativity, influence, persuasion, and adapting to change.
Duncan’s entertaining, engaging and visual keynote presentations encourage audiences to develop fresh perspectives. He is regularly hired as a creativity keynote speaker, sales keynote speaker, leadership keynote speaker and teamwork speaker to increase team performance and navigate change.
Watch Duncan’s Extended Wellington Showreel Below:
Some of Duncan's Global and Wellington Clients Include:
“If you are looking for a professional speaker to really inspire your team and leaders and make them think and act differently then I would wholly recommend Duncan. He is warm, approachable and his keynotes are superb. All of our team are still singing his praises now and look forward to hime return later this year he was that good.”
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT WELLINGTON FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES:
Conference Centres and Event Venues in Wellington
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001
NW Conference Center & Capitol View Rooftop, 20 F St NW, DC 20001
Ronald Reagan Building, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004
Park Hyatt Washington D.C, 1201 24th St NW, Washington, DC 20037
Washington Marriott at Metro Center, 775 12th St NW, Washington, DC 20005
Convene – Conference Center, 575 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004
General Information About The City:
Located on the east bank of the Potomac River, this capital city of the USA is divided into quadrants centred around the Capitol Building, where they make their laws. There are many national monuments and museums, documenting and hinting at the history of the city as the home of all three branches of government for almost 200 years. And besides the estimated 6.3 million residents in the greater metropolitan area, there are also more than 150 foreign embassies, with thousands of individuals commuting into the area each from the neighbouring states Virginia and Maryland which are just on the other side of the river on each side of Washington, DC.
Wellington as a Conference and Events City:
Being a hub for political activity the city attracts various international events which may be of value to your conference delegates including the CTL Digital Health Summit, the Creating Healthy Work Environments Conference and the Internet 2 Global Summit Expo. Or if you’d prefer to plug into something more relaxed then you can check out the Washington DC Travel & Adventure Show as well as the Metropolitan Cooking And Entertaining Show DC; plus they have a whole bunch of wellness options for those looking to invest in the local economy from the Health & Fitness Expo – Washington DC to the Hemp Business Summit for eco-friendly products too.
Places To Eat in Wellington as a Conference Attendee:
This cultural tourism destination has loads of high-quality eateries for your conference delegates, however, one of the best is Equinox Restaurant at 818 Connecticut Ave NW, where you can get upscale New-American cuisine made with locally sourced, and seasonal ingredients in their modern dining room (+1 202-331-8118); or if you’d prefer an elegant night out at a European inspired fine dining restaurant then Marcel’s at 2401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, has creative dishes and a great selection of wines (+1 202-296-1166); and those looking for some sophisticated seafood plates then Fiola Mare at 3100 K St NW, offering plush decor and epic views of the river (+1 202-525-1402); otherwise you can always make a reservation for Kinship at 1015 7th St NW, where they have a stylish vibe and classic hi-end local dishes served in a sleek dining room (+1 202-737-7700); plus there is Corduroy at 1122 9th St NW, which serves upscale farm-to-fork seasonal global fusion food (+1 202-589-0699).
Wellington Sights and Attractions for Conference Delegates:
As a city steeped in history, there are a whole bunch of cultural heritage sites for you to visit from the house on Massachusetts Avenue known as Embassy Row because of all the foreign consulates located there, to the Meridian Hill Park, in Columbia Heights. You can even check out many different museums including The Smithsonian Institution, which is the largest research and museum complex on the planet as well as the District of Columbia War Memorial that is located on the South End of the National Mall Park. And conference delegates can also take in some live music performances at various venues such as John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for more classical focused functions to the U Street area that is home to loads of indie music culture and clubs for you to see.