Corporate Speech-Language Pathologist

Speak Up! Volume Variation for a Dynamic Voice

A strong voice is essential for clarity and projecting confidence in the workplace. But speaking at the same volume all the time can be monotonous and cause your listener to tune out. Varying your volume helps to keep your listener engaged. You can also learn to vary your volume strategically to highlight important information and […]

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Saying “No”: Keep the Negative Positive

Everyone likes an employee or coworker who is willing to go the extra mile and is open to the ideas and thoughts of others. However, being agreeable has its limits. Being afraid to say “no” can lead to a range of problems, from endorsing ideas and projects you don’t believe in to overextending yourself to […]

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Better Breathing for a Strong, Dynamic Voice!

Developing a strong, dynamic voice is an essential part of projecting confidence and professionalism in the workplace. How do you go about developing a powerful voice? The key is in your breathing. If you’re like most people, you don’t put too much thought into how you breathe: after all, you’ve been doing it all your […]

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Two Ways to Harness the Power of the Pause!

What makes a great speaker? In order to project confidence and professionalism, how you say something is often more important than what you actually say. One of the most effective ways to make your speech more dynamic and memorable is harnessing the power of the pause. Speaking too quickly is a common problem for many […]

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