David JP Phillips



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It all started in 2008 when David JP Phillips the founder of Sweden’s largest Presentation Skills training company, international speaker, author & coach, started to help people around the world in the greatest ways with their skills in communicating with others.

David JP Phillips is best known for his book/ seminar “How To Avoid Death By PowerPoint“, delivered at TEDx Stockholm in 2015. Published in more than 30 countries, the book explains efficiently and in an entertaining tone, 42 techniques on how to dramatically increase the efficiency of your communication.

Since 2008 David has built a team of men and women that is a part of the David JP Phillips organization. As a global team they have spent the last four years building the unique i-Learning world of HeadGain Academy, the world’s largest online resource on learning to speak in public and improving our communication skills. A world which is a direct reflection of David JP Phillip’s brain in both content and application!.


In  his second TEDx Stockholm talk, David shows you how to become a great presenter, salesperson or even a leader using the power of storytelling.


Also, David spent seven years studying over 5,000 speakers in order to create a model that could define and systematically teach speakers how to become as great as they desire. He founded 110 Steps, the world’s most extensive online coaching platform for speakers and presenters. The number of skills he found was 110, now defined as “the 110 skills of excellence”.

Today David JP Phillips is a global name and his business is working on world wide level. David is still developing new ways for us to become the best version of ourselves.


In addition, he is endorsed as one of the top 30 Communication Professionals by globalgurus.org.


One of the recent findings that he is giving to humanity is the way to lead ourselves. He now has founded the class WOW Self-leadeship. Groundbreaking insights in how you work as a human being. Findings that will take your life to the next level.

David JP Phillips truly believes that every single human being has the right to get the tools and skills, wherever, whenever and should not be held back in optimizing their ways of communicating with others.

The magical science of storytelling.

This keynote is one of the most viewed TEDxTalks in the world on the subject of Storytelling!

The subject itself, storytelling, is by far the most powerful tool in leadership, sales, marketing, teaching, yes almost every communication situation. The difference in our case is that David’s keynote ”The Magical Science of Storytelling” covers storytelling from a scientific point of view which makes it more relatable and useful for the participants.

How to avoid Death By PowerPoint.

Today’s most relevant keynote? This could very well be it. 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.

Self Leadership: The Angels & Devils Cocktail.

A thought leads to an action and the sum of all actions in an organization is the receipt of success or failure. Learning how to control your thoughts is the definition of self leadership. But there are many variants of self leadership. This keynote will give many of the participants an insight they didn’t know they could get accompanied with tools they never knew existed.

Digital & Modern Presentation Skills.

This keynote is unlike all other keynotes on presentation skills. To begin with, the entire keynote is based on the biology and neurology of the brain, making it incredibly relatable. But to pick it up from there, a large part of the content comes from David’s 5000 speaker study where he defined the 110 skills we all use when communicating. The keynote is filled with laughter, insights, skills and techniques!.

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