Your voice and speaking style are major elements in the impression you make when you first meet someone, and set the standard for future communications.
Even if you have the right appearance, you let yourself down if you don’t speak well. Your voice may be too loud, too soft, or unpleasant to listen to; you may have developed distracting vocal habits, or your words may be difficult to understand.
At work, a firm strong voice and clear speech will help you to gain and keep the attention of clients and supervisors.
Spoken voice training addresses breathing, relaxation and posture as well as vocal quality, formation of sounds and vocal expression. Knowledge of these tools, and the ability to use them helps a speaker to control nerves and make a good impression.
Peak Speech provides training in all aspects of presentation and spoken voice production.