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Have breakfast with ‘Mr Body Language’!

Published: 28 August 2017

Casey Cardinia Region is excited to announce salesperson extraordinaire Allan Pease as guest speaker for this September’s Business Breakfast.

If you have ever wondered how you can improve your sales skills, how to read the body language of your clients and potential customers, or how to motivate your sales team – you must not miss this opportunity to hear first-hand from Allan.

Allan will explain some powerful communication techniques, including how to decode other people’s behaviour and how to respond to it. He also reveals how to interpret a range of subtle cues that appear in meetings, phone calls, negotiations and face-to-face encounters.

Allan’s research and studies include the psychology of selling, relationships and human communication. He teaches simple, field-tested skills and techniques that get results. And he delivers his message with humour, motivating people to try out his ideas at the next opportunity.

Cardinia Shire Mayor Cr Brett Owen said he was looking forward to picking up a few pointers from Allan.

“Communication techniques that include non-verbal cues are always helpful in building good rapport and developing collaborative, effective relationships. I am sure Allan will have something for everyone, in all fields of work and business.

“Our business breakfasts provide local business owners with great opportunities to network and re-connect with like-minded people, and to gain greater exposure within the business community. Not to mention making new contacts, being inspired, and enjoying a delicious breakfast,” Cr Brett Owen said.

City of Casey Mayor Cr Sam Aziz encouraged businesses to secure their seats for the breakfast today.

“Allan has addressed audiences across the globe and we’re proud to now bring him to the Casey Cardinia Region to impart his wisdom, share his tips and techniques and inspire our local business community in the field of selling, motivating and training,” Cr Aziz said.

“We’re also excited to learn who will be recognised as among the best businesses in the region when the 2017 Casey Cardinia Business Awards finalists are revealed during this breakfast.”

The second Business Breakfast for 2017 will be held at Cranbourne Racing Centre, Grant St, Cranbourne on Wednesday 6 September from 6.45am to 9am. Tickets are now on sale at www.trybooking.com/276373

Tickets are $60 per person (incl GST) or businesses can sponsor a table of 10 people for $700 (incl GST). The cost includes a cooked breakfast, tea and coffee.