Paul McVeigh


An Experienced Keynote Speaker

As an engaging and dynamic keynote speaker, Paul describes how he went from a young boy from the violent streets of troubled Belfast to competing at the highest level with, and against, some of the most well-known players in the world today.


Paul McVeigh After Dinner SpeakerPaul explores how the determination, focus and even the ability to overcome adversity can transcend the pitch into the boardroom and helps companies realise their potential. By tapping into a company’s mental, emotional and strategic habits, time and time again Paul puts brands firmly on the road to success.


Whatever field you’re in, from finance to legal, medicine to IT the one thing that motivated business people have in common is the drive to be the best. As an established motivational speaker for businesses, Paul has given keynote speeches at a number of blue chip and FTSE 500 companies, including; AvivaGrant Thornton, Clydesdale Bank, the Institute of Directors, Colleague Software and Epicor, a leading provider of software solutions with operations in over 150 countries worldwide.


Addressing the most senior members of organisations, employees, vendors, partners and the public, Paul captivates audiences with his tried and tested leadership techniques, discusses the ability to adapt to change and overcome setbacks as well as applying the psychology of elite performance to ensure peak performance.


What sets Paul’s keynote speeches apart is his ability to deliver tangible, realistic and effective solutions that can be directly applied to real life business situations.


Testimonials from past audience members:

“I thought Paul was very good, very thought-provoking…and what was really good for us is that he was able to link it back to business very clearly was exactly what we needed.”


“I thought he was very motivational, and there was a lot of things he discussed that really resonated. It was very engaging.”


“He presented everything in such a calm manner, introduced a lot of humor and was very down-to-earth. He made a great comment, ‘You can’t get the best out of others, if you haven’t the best out of yourself’. I’m going to take that back to the office.”


“The crucial thing Paul does is he uses his knowledge, but brought it back to a business context, keeping it practical for the guys in the audience.”