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Professional Communication Training
Practice confident communication. Target and reduce barriers to effective and impactful communication. Prepare for real-life situations with guided practice for interviews, presentations, podcasts and beyond.
What is Professional Communication Training?
This program will guide you through exploratory and structured development and refinement of your professional and/or workplace communication delivery potential.
While each program is unique, common topic exploration includes thought-provoking reflection and self-analysis, practicing for presentations and interviews, and exploring voice training techniques such as using projected voice, exploring an engaging sound, navigating communication anxiety, and reducing less effective strategies such as pervasive vocal fry, filler words or uptalk/question-inflection patterns.
Whether it's supporting the discovery of your charismatic and impactful style, or simply providing feedback and structured exercises to further your hands-on practice with workplace communication (such as with interviews, presentations and meetings), our clinicians are here to help.
How Can a Speech-Language Pathologist Help?
As Speech-Language Pathologists, we are trained with background knowledge of a wide variety of communication areas, such as voice tone and quality, inflection and prosody, rhythm and pacing of speech, speech sound production, language development and acquisition, and communication anxiety management.
Our clinicians creatively combine evidence-based interventions with areas that are complementary to professional communication training, such as professional voice user training, coaching, psychology and mindfulness.
How Long Does It Take?
Depending on your goals, timelines, and time and budgeting resources, the time each individual allocates to workplace communication training can vary drastically. There is no recipe-style approach, and each individual comes with their own ideals. During the Intake and Assessment and throughout your program, your clinician will work with to determine realistic short-term and long-term goals, prioritize targets to approach, and measure your progress along the way.
Professional Communication Training Can Help You
Learn to love your voice and connect with your voice potential
Optimize projection and power for being heard clearly in meetings, presentations and interviews
Enhance the tone, pitch, resonance, or quality of your voice
Capture your audience with impact and charisma
Slow your speech in a way that sounds natural and engaging
Learn skills to navigate public speaking communication anxiety
Reduce less efficient speaking patterns, such as pervasive vocal fry or up-talk patterns (ending statements with question-like inflection)
Practice open and relaxed body language
Reduce rambling in high-pressure performance situations
Connect with your communication intentions
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