Would you tell a colleague that their voice is hard to understand?
Voice Power Studios asked the following question to the social networks, “Would you tell someone who is required to speak in public in a business environment that they have a voice that is hard to understand.” Out of the many responses we received, I would like to share two which, I feel, reflect a communication trend that has been developing for some time.
The Pocket Voice Coach ™ Build a Great Speaking Voice
The Pocket Voice Coach ™ first offering is a seven minute” Speaking Voice Affirmation & Voice Warm-Up” and will be available as a download in January and as an App in February.
I recommend that you use it daily to focus your conversational voice delivery and before all presentations, teleconferences and any important speaking event at which you want to make an outstanding impression.
Speaking Voice Coach and Voice Training to pass the telephone Interview!
Yesterday, a young man named Dillon, who recently graduated with a MBA from Colorado University called for a free voice analysis. He said, “I need a job and I know that I need to do everything possible to give myself an edge in today’s very tight job market.” “What I need is a more confident and authoritative speaking voice to get past the first telephone interview.” “What can you do for me”?
Executive Accent Reduction and American pronunciation for Business Professionals Worldwide
Today, a VP of a major technical company in Silicon Valley, California, the computer capitol of the world, completed his private VPS Foreign Accent Reduction for Business Professionals program and said, ”Sandra I cannot thank you enough for the difference your accent reduction training has made to my confidence. I speak more than 6 hours a day in meetings, and teleconferences and no longer is my message interrupted and misunderstood because someone asks me to repeat myself. My meetings run smoothly and my presentations are praised”.
Why is it important to keep your voice healthy?
That is until you speak to loudly and lose your voice or you get a cold and find it hard to talk or have other more serious health issues that affect your sound. Where does your voice go? You are still breathing, however, the vocal folds are either strained or covered with excess mucous and can’t vibrate easily.