ThinkBuzan Master Trainer- Memory Expert – Mind Mapping Expert – Speed Reading Expert
As World Mind Mapping Champion and one of the longest established Buzan Instructors, qualified in 1995, Phil has an in-depth knowledge of all areas of Tony Buzan’s work. He has supplemented this knowledge with additional professional development in Accelerated Learning, Memory and Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP). He is Chief Arbiter of the World Memory Sports Council, a member of the Professional Speaking Association and MENSA (the high IQ society).
Phil frequently delivers ThinkBuzan Memory and Speed Reading TLI programmes alongside Tony Buzan and has contributed to many of his books, including Use Your Head, Mind Maps for Business, The Mind Map Book and his official biography. In addition to this Phil has authored or co-authored seven books: The Student Survival Guide, A Mind to do Business, 101 Top Tips for Better Mind Maps, The Memory Arbiters’ Handbook, The Memory Yearbook, Brilliant Speed Reading and How to Remember Equations and Formulae.
He has a wealth of experience having delivered training for corporations, schools, universities, charitable organisations and individual coaching on a one-to-one basis. Having worked in very many countries including, China, Russia, India, the middle East and throughout Europe.
Phil’s past clients include Surrey, Leicester and Southwark councils, Benenden School, Warwick and South Bank Universities, City University Business School, Kent Police, the NHS, AAH pharmaceuticals, Cancer Research UK, Norwich Union Health Care, Smiths Detection, ING Bank, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group and The European Central Bank.
"Able to keep my attention throughout the day. A perfect combination of ‘scientific’ knowledge and exercises."
Cody Hendricks, ING Bank, Amsterdam
"Very impressed with the material and the way it was presented. First Class"
Stuart Shields, Trainee Detective, Kent Police
"A very professional and informative presentation. Great Job!"
Amanda Birchall, Royal Bank of Scotland International, Isle of Man