Our voice is our auditory face, and language is how most of us enter the world.
Spoken language in meetings, interviews, presentations, and pitches are communications challenges for all of us. These are sometimes complicated by having to do them in a second or third language, especially if we retain our native accent. Even for native English speakers, regional accents can create barriers when we need to build understanding.
This seminar will help.
In this one hour session, you will start building tools and tricks to help your articulation of spoken American English be clear and easier to understand. We will also talk about how to navigate accent challenges when presenting to different audiences, and in different sized rooms.
Bring your elevator pitch or a short introduction to work on.
Your accent is a part of you. You should master it.
GROW Voice, is a Boston-based business. Founder and CEO, Gina Razón has taught voice and speech for over sixteen years to individuals, organizations and in academic settings. She is sought after as a teacher of voice and speech, singing, and public presentation. Gina has a BM and MM in Voice Performance, is a practitioner of Fitzmaurice Voicework and a certified teacher of Somatic Voicework. She has served as voice coach for TEDxCambridge, and speaks at National and local events on all things voice and speech. Gina is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, The Voice Foundation, the Voice and Speech Trainers Association and the National Speakers Association. More information at www.growvoice.com. The events link is here.