Julian Treasure

Julian Treasure

Branding Strategist
Fee Range
$20,001-$30,000
Exact fee falls within this range
Traveling From
London
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Program Descriptions

How to speak so that people want to listen
Have you ever felt like you’re talking, but nobody is listening? In this transformational talk, Julian demonstrates the how-to’s of powerful speaking — from some handy vocal exercises to tips on how to speak with empathy. Plus, this ve-time TED speaker can include a masterclass in public speaking and effective presentations.

Conscious listening in a fast-paced world
We are losing our listening: The amount of time we spend listening has halved in the last century. As a result, companies and institutions are losing billions of dollars annually through ineffective communication - and our relationships and health are also suffering. Julian shares practical ways to re-tune your ears and improve everything from the effectiveness of your company meetings to your personal relationships.

Sound Business
Julian demonstrates how companies can use sound to increase sales and brand asset value. As founder of one of the world’s leading audio branding companies, Julian uses case studies to reveal the most damaging sonic mistakes and showcase the enormous potential of sound in business.

The four ways sound affects us
Julian aims to transform your relationship with sound and the senses. He demonstrates how sound affects everything from our heartrate, to our hormones, to our behaviour, and reveals how we can improve the sound around us for healthier, happier lives.

Designing with our ears
Did you know that noise can degrade productivity by up to 66%? Julian explores the hidden “aural architecture” of of ces, hospitals and schools. He reveals common mistakes and practical solutions to achieve happiness, wellbeing and productivity in the build environment.

Why Book Julian Treasure?

  • Julian studies sound and uses his work in transforming individual health, productivity and relationships through mastery of sound.

  • He uses his unique blend of accomplished stage technique and powerful visuals to show audiences how best to use sound in business.

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    Biography Read more

    Julian Treasure is a sound and communication expert, author and international keynote speaker. Collectively his five TED talks on various aspects of sound and communication have been viewed more than 80 million times; How To Speak So That People Want To Listen is in the top 10 TED talks of all time.

    Julian's first book, Sound Business, is the seminal work on creating effective business sound. His audio branding company The Sound Agency works with major brands worldwide proving that good sound is good business and pioneering the use of generative soundscapes instead of mindless music in spaces like airports, shopping malls and offices.

    His second book, How To Be Heard: Secrets for Powerful Speaking and Listening, is a practical guide to improving the vital personal communication skills of listening and speaking (both public and private), which have been eroded by our ocular culture, including our obsession with screens. The book includes many simple exercises; interviews with experts; and potent, transformational concepts gleaned from 30 years' experience as a speaker with a passion for listening.

    Julian has been widely featured as a sound and communication expert in the world's media, including TIME Magazine; The Economist; The Times; and many international TV and radio stations and podcasts. He is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Marketors, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a long time musician, remembering with affection his two 1981 BBC John Peel sessions (the bands were Transmitters and Missing Presumed Dead). He lives in Orkney, Scotland with Jane and their daughter Holly.

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    Reviews

    "Julian's keynote within our annual Panasonic Convention 2013, which we organise for more than 1,500 editors and dealers, was very well received by all guests who attended his presentation. For me, his presentation was not only an inspiration business-wise (because it was such a good fit for our consumer electronics products and Panasonic's name (meaning "Global sound"), but it was also good mixture of information - conveyed in a very lively way - and provided great learnings for everyday life. His subject of sound is universal and relevant for everyone, and I would recommend him as keynote speaker for other opportunities within Panasonic and externally."
    --Panasonic Europe

    "Julian was the keynote speaker during our annual Client Conference. He opened the conference with a fascinating presentation that included a host of interesting information on the science of sound and how it affects our daily lives at home and at work. He also included a couple of very relevant case studies for our audience. Without exception, his presentation was voted as the best of the event. Julian has a wonderful ability to communicate and connect with his audience and his hour passed all too quickly."
    --Russian Banking Group

    “Julian is a brilliant genius thinking about the impact of acoustics on everything, including our health... I saw him present at the recent TEDGlobal conference in Edinburgh and he was simply forehead-slappingly brilliant.”
    --TED

    “Julian Treasure made a great keynote at WORKTECH15 London and was one of our highest rated speakers with wonderful content and energy. We’d love to include him in our future programs.”
    --Unwired

    “Feedback was universally very, very positive and I cannot recall being at a meeting where every delegate was so completely engaged.”
    --Veterinary Marketing Association

    “Julian’s session was spot on, presenting new insights into sound effects and making us aware of the importance of sound in our daily lives and as producers of content. Feedback from our delegates has been unanimously positive. His session on our web-tv is the most sought after from this year’s conference.”
    --Nordic Media Festival

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