"How to be seen and heard in business"
Voice is THE way in which we extend who we are out into the world. What we value, our ideas, and what we bring to the table all come through the vehicle of voice. Yet, very few of us understand how to use the voice effectively. Worse, most of us are unconscious of current speaking habits that undermine our authority and our message. In this experiential workshop, we will explore both the technical and ontological elements of voice and what it means to be seen and heard, powerfully. We will explore various elements of voice and presence so you can become successful communicators, presenters, coaches, business owners, and leaders in your lives and in the world.
• Discover Unconscious Habits Undermining Your Authority and Your Message
• Learn to Use Empowered Voice Effectively
• Build a Voice that Cultivates Connection, Like, and Trust with Potential Clients
• Improve Presentation Skills and Confidence
Speaker's info: Hillary Wicht, Executive voice coach
Hillary Wicht is an executive voice coach focused on helping clients develop their voice for leadership so they can step more fully into their power, influence, and impact. Hillary has been empowering voices in boardrooms, courtrooms, sales meetings, and on the stage, giving her clients both the competence and confidence they need to have a voice and presence that creates success in their careers and lives.
Hillary combines her expertise in voice and performance with her background in Somatic Leadership Coaching and Psychology to deliver a comprehensive authority at what it means to have a voice and presence that can authentically connect with others, move people to action, produce results, and create a legacy
6:30 - 7:00 PM / Open Networking
7:00 - 7:30 PM / Welcome & Introductions
7:30 - 8:10 PM / Featured Speaker, Q&A
8:10 - 8:30 PM / Closing Remarks
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We Look Forward To Seeing You!
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