Train to develop your voice in a way that your message will reach out, and you will be heard.
As someone who has taught voice for 23 years, who had to also speak in public and use my speaking voice in order to engage, I am aware of how daunting it can sometimes be to use your speaking voice in public either for a presentation or as a teacher. In both cases we want to engage.
There are also situations where we are in a group conversation and some people would struggle to understand and feel when they can come into the conversation and create some space for themselves to be listened at.
THE MOST IMPORTAN THING WE WILL SEE IN THIS COURSE IS HOW TO IMPACT YOUR AUDIENCE AND STILL BE YOU, THE USE OF YOUR VOICE AND YOUR STORYTELLING SKILLS.
There are studies that show that only 7% of your communication is verbal.
The tone of your voice makes up to a 38% of your communication, and your body language makes up to a 55% of it*
Your tone of voice and body language constitute a 93% of your communication!
*(according to Albert Mehrabian’s extensive research on body language and non verbal communication)
WE WILL WORK IN YOUR VOICE WITH A HOLISTIC APPROACH,
AND DEAL WITH PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL SIDES OF IS, AS FOR EXAMPLE
Why do you use the tone of voice you use?
How does it make you feel? What do you miss in your own voice?
When do you notice changes in your tone?
What is it about your sound that you love the most?
You CAN find other ways to use your voice
in a playful, healthy and safe way
that will all to your tone and resonance,
so it will make you feel good and express yourself with ease.
Useful for All
Why you should improve your communication skills
These skills can really help you in every area of your life, because making your voice heard and having an audience can be applied to practically everything, and the capacity to be an influence and create an impact will open you doors.
You will find working with me useful if you feel nervous when you have to do a presentation or you dread giving public talks. Maybe you try to avoide certain social situations so that you don't have to speak in public. Maybe you feel discomfort making announcements or you just can't find the gap to "jump in" a group conversation, or you want to find a way to feel at ease during and online conference.
A lot of this does not just have to do with your voice iself, but also with your body language and your communication style.