Why Men don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps – Allan & Barbara Pease


Allan & Barbara Pease are Australia’s most successful publishing team. Their inspirational products boost personal and organisational growth around the globe.Click on Allan to see him in ACTION!

Some speakers teach.  Some entertain.  Some motivate.  Allan Pease does all three.

Known internationally as ‘Mr. Body Language‘ for almost 4 decades since his definitive book with that title became a multi-million seller and the communication bible for organisations worldwide.His keynote addresses, books, videos and audio programs, TV showsand 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 communication systems have grown companies from one man bands to multi-nationals. Allan teaches your audience how to become great communicators and to win more business – and he makes them cry with laughter at the same time!

  • 9 No.1 Bestsellers
  • 15 ‘Top Ten‘ Bestsellers
  • Works translated into 51 languages
  • Sold in over 100 countries
  • Over 25 million books sold
  • Seminars in 55 countries
  • 100 Million viewers TV series and #1 Box Office movie
  • Hon. Professor at ULIM International University

Why Men don't listen and Women can't read maps

Have you ever wished your partner came with an instruction booklet?

Allan and Barbara Pease have spent seven years collecting research, interviewing experts and collating a comprehensive study of the profound communication differences between men and women to give us insight into why we each have a different reaction to the same thing.



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