Alexander Van Buren is president and CEO of Skill Builder Seminars LLC. He's also the owner of The Alexander Speakers Bureau. He is a certified Master Practitioner, trainer and innovator of NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming) . In 1997, he founded the NLP Institute of Nevada and began teaching 6 month long NLP trainings and conducting behavioral modeling projects with his modeling team. His original "patterns of excellence" have been published in many places including Anchor Point Magazine, The Sourcebook of Magic (Crown House Publishing) and the Big Book of NLP. He has been devoted to modeling world class business owners, sales champions, marketing systems and revenue generation processes. He has also modeled the productivity and effectiveness patterns of several extraordinary executives, inventors, athletes and musicians.
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- Presentation Skills
- Time Management
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Alexander Van Buren
His client list developed over the years from small business owners to larger companies including Toshiba, the 17th largest company in the world, Paramount Home Entertainment, a billion dollar a year division of Viacom and Arrow Electronics, a twenty billion dollar a year firm based out of Denver.
In 1996 Alexander began a series of behavioral modeling projects to elicit the strategies of world class athletes, artists and entrepreneurs. These strategies are offered in corporate trainings and to his business and personal development coaching clients.
After spending 2 years learning how to model something, Alexander conducted his first behavioral modeling project in 1997. Determined to elicit the structure of creativity in detail, he read Leonardo da Vinci’s notebooks every single day for two years while eliciting Walt Disney’s actual creative process and studying Peter Drucker’s concepts on innovation.
The project loosed a flood of creative ideas. He has conducted formal ongoing behavioral modeling projects ever since. Over the next several years he elicited and created over 200 original patterns of excellence and models.
He’s modeled the comeback strategy of tennis legend Andre Agassi, the delegation techniques of a senior executive at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the visionary syntax Tom Watson used to create IBM, the mental game secrets of body building champion Tom Platz, and the memory methods of a world class violinist.
In 2002 he was hired by the Bluegreen Land & Golf Corporation to behaviorally model their top sales people and referral getters. Some of their sales elite now earn over a million dollars a year in commission.
Alexander has been a featured presenter for the Stanford Executive Program Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.