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The Voice

While every per­son of nor­mal health has a voice, very few really know how to exploit its full poten­tial.

Almost all the pro­fes­si­ons in today’s world are domi­na­ted by com­mu­ni­ca­tion pro­fes­si­ons invol­ving the faculty of speech and the abi­lity to mas­ter that art. In all con­ver­sa­ti­ons, lec­tures and spee­ches, pre­sen­ta­ti­ons, con­ver­sa­ti­ons over tele­phone, dis­cus­sions, con­fe­ren­ces and nego­tia­ti­ons your voice should ide­ally always con­vey com­pe­tence, con­tents and above all the per­so­na­lity behind the speaker. The demands that our con­tem­pora­ne­ous times make on our voice are extra­or­di­na­rily high: right from stress, uncer­tainty, long spells of lec­tures and spee­ches, poor acoustics of the halls, up to inat­ten­tive audi­en­ces.

How does your voice come across? Do you sound con­fi­dent, strong and power­ful, con­vin­cing and yet like­able and com­pe­tent?

Accord­ing to the fin­dings of sci­en­ti­fic rese­arch the impact of a per­son depends 93 per­cent on the level and modu­la­tion of the voice, accom­pa­nied by a sui­ta­ble body lan­guage but only 7 per­cent to the word-con­tents. The goal is not inac­ces­si­ble for you! Through a pro­fes­sio­nal voice trai­ning course you too can learn how to effec­tively uti­lize the poten­tial of ver­bal and non-ver­bal levels and create a free and con­fi­dent voice.