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Allan Pease

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Best-selling author and body language expert researches and studies selling, relationships, and human communication

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Our keynote speaker Allan Pease is an internationally recognized body language expert, and bestselling author on the topic. He provides entertaining presentations, and reveals skills and techniques to help decode other people’s behavior and understand how to win them over.

Charming speaker Allan Pease researches and studies selling, relationships and human communication. He teaches simple, field-tested skills and techniques that get results. And he delivers his message in a humorous way, which motivates people to want to use these ideas immediately.

In a highly entertaining, fast moving presentation, Allan takes you through powerful communication techniques and teaches you how to decode other people’s behaviour – and what to do about it. He also reveals how to decode a wide range of subtle clues that appear in meetings, phone calls, negotiations and face-to-face encounters.

Known worldwide as “Mr Body Language”, Allan’s own record in the field of selling, motivating and training is equalled by few others. He is a born achiever, starting his career at the age of 10 by selling rubber sponges door to door. At 17, he became the No.1 national salesman for a bed linen, pots & pans company. At 21, he was the youngest person ever to sell over $1,000,000 accounted in life insurance in his first sales year.

Keynote speaker Allan Pease has addressed audiences in 60 countries, and his programs are used by businesses and governments to teach powerful relationship skills. His messages are relevant to any area of life that involves winning people over and getting them to like you, co-operate, follow you or say ‘yes’.

Allan – with co-author Barbara Pease – is one of the world’s most successful non-fiction authors, writing 17 bestsellers including The Definitive Book of Body Language and Why Men Don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps. His books have been translated into 53 languages and have sold over 25,000,000 copies. His television series and Number 1.Box Office Movie were watched by over 100 million viewers.

Our speaker Allan Pease is an Honorary Professor at ULIM International University, a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (UK), a Fellow of the Institute of Management, Fellow of the Lifewriters Association, a Paul Harris Fellow (UK), JCI senator and has been inducted into the National Speakers Association Hall Of Fame.

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    Keynote by Speaker Allan Pease

    Communicating For Results

    (based on the No. 1 Best-Selling Book – over 13 million copies sold in 53 languages)

    • How to get the opposite sex to say ‘yes’
    • What men & women need to do to get on in business
    • How to avoid arguments, disagreements and conflicts
    • How to get co-operation and gain credibility
    • Why men don’t listen and women can’t read maps

     

    Keynote by Speaker Allan Pease

    Body Language – It’s Not What You Say

    (based on the No. 1 Best-Selling Book – over 6 million copies sold in 46 languages)

    • How to spot if someone is lying or hedging
    • Sales and negotiation – reading across the table
    • How to develop instant rapport and get co-operation
    • How to read between the lines of what is said
    • Why men should never lie to a woman

     

    Keynote by Speaker Allan Pease

    How To Be A People Magnet – It’s Easy Peasey

    (based on the latest Best-Selling Book)

    • How to make powerful lasting first impressions
    • How to effortlessly turn any situation to your favour
    • How to be a great conversationalist
    • How to make others feel important
    • How to become a ‘human magnet’

     

    Keynote by Speaker Allan Pease

    Questions Are The Answers

    (based on the Best-Selling Book – over 1.5 million copies sold in 32 languages)

    • How to get interest and keep attention
    • How to motivate others to WANT to join your cause
    • How to give powerful presentations
    • Why the law of averages always works
    • The 5 Solid Gold Questions that never fail
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10.06.2014

Interview with Allan Pease

How are your keynotes unique?
Allan’s presentation has 3 key elements. 1. Science and fact based. 2. Real life stories and events. 3. Entertaining and humorous.

How do you usually battle fear?
What fear?

Why is body language important?
Body language accounts for 60-80% of all face to face interaction. Others form opinions in under 4 minutes of meeting someone.

Who or what inspires you most?
Any person who has put their neck on the line to achieve the unseemly possible.

Could you give some examples of how men and women communicate differently?
Men talk using direct language and can come across aggressive to many women. Women avoid direct language and communicate effectively using indirect terms in codes that few men understand.

Who would benefit most from your presentations and why?
All audiences regardless of culture or language because everyone’s ability to achieve success in their business and personal life is directly related to their ability to persuade others.

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