Here you will find the lectures that will optimize your opportunity to succeed as a leader, communicator and sales. In a unique partnership, Alexander Grabner-Jarlung has collaborated with the legend and TEDx celebrity David JP Phillips for the past 6 years.

The lectures are put together with him and therefore they are each a lovely infotainment with many laughs and lots of knowledge. Which is based on brain functions. So every lecture is built with consideration for psychology, neurology and biology. See which one can suit you and your organization.



Moving Mountains could be one of the most crucial lectures you ever brought into your organization.

Why? Because it touches on the subject that is often obvious but more often impossible. The lecture focuses on moving your mountain.

Every presentation, every communication, every meeting has one, single purpose - to move a counterparty's personal perspective, knowledge or position - or sometimes even realize that it is your perspective needs to change.

Everyone tries heartedly, but few succeed. Way too often leaders shoot from the hip and cling on to the hope that change will occur. Maybe in the meeting all agreed, only for nothing to happen in the end.

"Moving Mountains" is a revolutionary and fun lecture where you learn about how your and your recipient's brains work and how to touch and persuade with the purpose of creating long-term change and foster performance for real - both for yourself and others. The lecture is based on the latest research in neurology and biology.

Target group:

The lecture fits leaders, vendors and trainers. In short, anyone who has a need to create change through their communication.


  • The Brain's structure

  • The Motivation Model

  • The Arch of Influence

  • In which situations do we make decisions, how do we make decisions and what underpins them

  • Good and bad examples

  • Inspiration

  • Specific tools can be directly converted and used

Number of participants:

No restriction



Since we lived in our caves we have communicated. Back in the day we where good at it, through painting on walls, making noises and after several thousands of years we started writing as well. But now, we are lacking the skills that we once had. This is the seminar for you if you want to master the skills again.

On your phone, in the corridor, at the meeting or via e-mail - yes, fact is, we communicate all the time. The only question is how good we are at it. If we never feel that we have to remind anyone, repeat information or fix it for someone who misunderstood what we said, then communication is not a problem.

But our situations are rarely that perfect, which is why we often feel rather frustrated over them. They might result in us pulling our hair, banging things on our desktop or swearing a quiet chant over and over to ourselves.

The seminar "Communication" gives insight into how this frustration occurs and how important it is to communicate properly to prevent it. The content is ideal for virtually all companies and organizations that want to streamline and develop their communication.

The tone of the seminar is not only funny but serves to give much thought to the recipients and bring new knowledge into light regarding how to communicate effectively in the future.

Target group:

The lecture fits leaders, vendors and trainers. In short, anyone who has a need to create change through their communication.


  • When we communicate

  • How we communicate

  • Non-verbal communication

  • Body language

  • Mirroring

  • Our territory

  • It's not what you say but how you say it

  • Communication by e-mail and phone

  • Inspirational video

Number of participants:

No restriction



Today's most relevant seminar? This could very well be the case. According to Swedish studies PowerPoint is used in 92% of all presentations. 81% of these presentations were deemed "terrible" by the employees. But why is that and what is it that makes them so terrible? PowerPoint is one of the absolute best visual aids, but only when used correctly.

In this seminar, we will take you on an entertaining and fascinating journey of Cognitive Science, Neurology and Psychology on how to make a PowerPoint brilliant.

Fun, creative and inspiring presentations are exemplified and interspersed with tips and advice. When the seminar is over the participants are guaranteed to never see PowerPoint in the same way again, and they will know exactly what to do with it.

Target group:

The lecture fits leaders, vendors and trainers. In short, anyone who has a need to create change through their communication.


  • Death By PowerPoint

  • Why PowerPoint

  • What is good

  • What is bad

  • Manuscript

  • PowerPoint is not a manuscript

  • Examples and exercises

  • Other visual aids

  • The benefit of using other visual aids

  • Brief introductions to Prezi

  • Presentation tips

  • 8 practical presentation tips on how to present using PowerPoint as a visual aid.

  • Design tips

  • 10 design tips on how to design a perfect PowerPoint and which pitfalls to avoid.

  • Several examples and three exercises

Number of Participants:
No restriction