Prague, Czech Republic Motivational Speaker
Doug Dvorak is a motivational speaker available to speak at your next Prague event. Doug speaks nearly 100 times per year to businesses, universities and non-profit organizations around the world. Doug’s speaking topics include team building, leadership, motivation and other business related topics. Doug is a master of ceremonies and often incorporates humor within his presentations. Doug’s presentations include custom tailored content to ensure your underlying message is delivered in a way that your audience is receptive to.
Doug has been speaking professionally for over 20 years. By choosing to work with motivational speaker Doug Dvorak for your next Prague event, you are working with a professional who can speak from his experience and not just textbook theories. Doug is a member of the NSA and holds the CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) designation, only 10% of NSA members carry this designation. Doug is available to present as the keynote speaker for your next Prague event.
Doug is the definition of a professional who knows the importance of your event and who is dedicated to ensuring your event is a success. Doug’s stage presence is calm yet energetic and positive. He is able to captivate the audience during his presentations, allowing them to forget the outside world and truly soak in the underlying messages of his presentation. Doug has been invited back to speak at dozens of companies he previously presented to because of his ability to make true connections with his audience.
Some of Doug’s Speaking Client’s Include:
Prague is a city of museums, many of which double as MICE venues. Prague has museums for notable sons and residents such as Kafka, Dvorak, and Mozart, but also national museums for general, decorative art, and fine art. More unusual collections include the Communism Museum, in the Savarin Palace on Na Prikope street; one about the Charles Bridge and housed close to it in the Monastery of the Knights of the Cross; and another one about chocolate, which has displays chronicling 3,000 years of sweet history, a theater that once a week puts on a chocolate-themed play and (it better have!) a cafe.
For dining, Prague offers the full range of continental cuisine. Excellent restaurants include the cellar-style La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise at Hastalska 18, which has a gorgeous setting inside the Old Town; VKolkovne, part of the Pilsner Urquell empire and serving classic Bohemian fare (beef goulash with dumplings and roast duck with sauerkraut); Cafe Savoy, which resembles a Viennese Ringstrasse or Parisian Left Bank cafe-restaurant that can be rented out in its entirety and will make any group member ready to start scribbling the next great novel.
Just to the west of the Vltava River is the city’s largest MICE venue, Prague Congress Center, which has 70 function and meeting rooms for between 20 and 2,764 persons, the Forum Hall for 1,034 persons and the Congress Hall for 2,764, among other spaces. Prague MICE hotels include the 810-room Top Hotel Prague, which has its largest function space able to host up to 2,000 persons; the 791-room Hilton Prague (with its largest space able to host 1,500 persons); the 559-room Clarion Congress Prague (1,500); the 315-room Olympik (1,500); and the 280-room Olympik Tristar(1,500), among others. More intimate space can be found at the 271-room Ibis Praha Old Town(30); the 258-room Juno (150); the 114-room Art Nouveau Prague (130); the 109-room Maria Prag(30); the 106-room Hotel Expo (90); the 101-room Augustine (150); and the 99-room Mandarin Oriental Prague (200).