İlhan Doğan born in Turkey, moved into Germany to take language courses as he was studying Language, History and Geography in Ankara. After he had received his dream training of theater in Rome, Italy for 3 years, he completed his education by the AKAD Institute on Psychology and Educational Psychology.
İlhan Doğan developed the Riccon Technique by combining theater with psychology, body language and humour; and established the Riccon Academy in 1996 after registering his technique designed for effective communication.
He provided trainings for Swiss President of Republic Pascal Couchepin, for MPs of European Union, for state employees and for scientists on the correct use of body language and on the mind-reading techniques.
He also gave lectures on communication within the scope of ACCENT’s young scientists-oriented project in University of Thessaloniki, in University of Urbino and in many more universities of countries such as Switzerland, Latvia, Finland, Russia and China. Furthermore, Doğan organized trainings tailored for managers and employees of world’s leading companies, in addition to arranging trainings for many educational institutions, municipalities, homes for the aged and Swiss Military Unit on “Communication and Self-improvement”.
Doğan institutionalized his social responsibility studies under the name of “Help Yourself” and on account of these practices he has been awarded for the man of the year in Luxembourg, Switzerland and South Africa. In Swaziland, Africa he has received the “Lord” degree for his 7 years of services on nationwide settlement and educational campaign.
So far 9 books of İlhan Doğan has been published, of these, “Mind-reading Technique”, “Language of the Body”, “Violence out Compassion in” and “Chimpanzee Children” have been translated into Turkish.