Making Yourself Heard
Voice training and presentation workshop for women with Clare Kissane
About the Course
Whether chairing a meeting, presenting to an audience, pitching ideas or networking in a social gathering, sometimes women find it difficult to make themselves heard. Often anxiety and nerves cause tension in the larynx, creating a change in pitch that can come across as either aggressive or submissive.
This workshop, led by specialist voice coach Clare Kissane, will give you a set of tools which will help you to find and free your natural voice, giving it resonance, clarity and confidence. You will focus on how to use the breath, how to develop a confident and flexible vocal technique, and how to develop a powerful voice that can make a great impact in business, presentations, public speaking, on stage and in media appearances.
During the workshop Clare will also offer support in shaping and refining your own presentations and speeches.
About the Tutor
Clare is an actor and experienced voice and communication coach. Drawing from her wealth of knowledge and experience in the world of theatre, radio and film, her teaching focuses on how to use the breath, how you can develop a confident and flexible vocal technique, and how to develop a powerful voice that can make a great impact in business, presentations, public speaking, media and social media appearances as well as in theatre and film.
Date and time: Monday 10 June, 10am – 5pm
Cost: £65/£50 concessions
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