Michael McQueen is a multi-award winning speaker, trend forecaster and
bestselling author of eight books.
With clients including KPMG, Pepsi and Cisco, he has helped some of the world’s
most successful brands navigate disruption and maintain momentum.
Michael is a regular commentator on TV and radio and his work has featured in
publications ranging from the UK Daily Mail to Medium.com and the Huffington
Post. In addition, Michael is a familiar face on the international conference
circuit having shared the stage with the likes of Bill Gates, Dr. John Maxwell and
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Michael has spoken to over 500,000 people across 5 continents since 2004, and
is known for his engaging, entertaining and practical conference presentations.
Having been recently named Australia’s Keynote Speaker of the Year, Michael
was inducted into the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame.
Michael McQueen offers information that is relevant to everyone and anyone. His presentation at our client luncheon attracted enormous interest and was engaging, insightful and humorous. Feedback from audience members was fantastic and he has certainly raised the bar for next year.– CEO, Australian Super
The best presentation I’ve seen! Michael’s depth of knowledge and applicable stories were fantastic.– Marketing Manager, Pepsi
The value Michael brings is hard to find. I would thoroughly recommend him as a speaker for your next executive event – we are.– Vice President, Nokia L&C
Michael’s ‘Winning the Battle for Relevance’ theme was perfect for our audience and he set the scene and tone beautifully for the rest of the days program. The service from Michael and the team was outstanding, Nothing was too much trouble.– Maznik Consulting
A fascinating and entertaining speaker.– Macquarie Bank
Michael was fantastic – so well researched and an incredibly engaging speaker– General Manager, Laing and Simmons Real Estate
Michael is an engaging speaker with a powerful message and practical advice. I would highly recommend him.– GM of Marketing, Canon