Body Language and Communication with Allan Pease

Susan Welch

by Susan Welch

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Allan Pease has been known internationally as "Mr Body Language" since his definitive book with that title became a multi-million seller and the communication bible for organisations worldwide.

A born achiever, he began his career in Australia at the tender age of 10 selling household sponges door-to-door, and was an award winning direct salesman as a teenager. By 21, he was the youngest person in Australia ever to sell one million dollars of life insurance and qualify for the elite Million Dollar Round Table.

For over three decades he has shown others how to succeed. Allan passes on his skills and techniques in a way that participants never forget.

His keynote addresses, books, video and audio programs, TV shows and advice on personal image are sought after by everyone from business executives and Prime Ministers, to TV presenters, Royalty and rock stars. His sales and communications systems have grown companies from one man bands to multi-nationals.

He has written fourteen number one best selling books and has appeared on radio and television throughout the world, including his acclaimed top-rating TV and video series on Body Language, which was watched by over 100 million people. His work has been the subject of six BBC science programs.

Australian by birth, with offices in Australia and the United Kingdom, Allan divides his time between the two hemispheres fulfilling business commitments in over 30 countries. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a Fellow of the Life Writers Association.

His work has been published in over 42 languages.

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