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Archive of month: May 2014

Three Critical Times to Pause in Business Communication

Sometimes the key to clear articulate speech isn’t what you’re saying, it’s what you’re not saying. Learning how to insert a well-timed pause into your speech is one of the simplest, and most effective tools for improving the quality of your speech. A pause is an essential part of clear, articulate speech, but not all […]

Four Tips for Leaving the Perfect Voicemail!

In today’s busy workplace, more and more professionals are letting their voicemail screen their phone calls for them, listening to messages and returning the phone calls which they deem the most important. Whether someone presses ‘delete’ for your voicemail often depends on the quality of the message. Take a look at the following four tips […]

Three Ways to Make Sure Your Presentation Stands Out!

How comfortable are you speaking in front of a crowd? Public speaking is an extremely common fear; however, most jobs involve at least occasional presentations in front of colleagues, clients, or the general public. Not only are these events necessary, but they can be an excellent opportunity to showcase your professional expertise and ability to […]

Seven Ways a Corporate SLP Can Help Your Career!

            Each May, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) celebrates Better Speech and Hearing Month, a campaign to raise public awareness of how speech-language pathology services can help improve communication skills and overall quality of life; personally and professionally. Communication weaknesses can be a challenge in any situation, but they can […]

3 Tips for the Perfect Handshake

They say that people form an impression of another person within the first 30 seconds of meeting. One of the critical activities that take place during this time is the handshake. You only have one chance to make a first impression; make sure your handshake reflects your professionalism and confidence. Not all handshakes are created […]