As Fall begins, high school graduates across the country are beginning their first semester as college students, adjusting to the demands and rigor of college life. Other young adults are entering the work force for the first time, attempting to make the transition from student to qualified professional. Whether you’re looking to impress your professors or ace the interview for the job or internship of your dreams, strong communication skills are the key!
Although you may have the knowledge and skills to get your career started, the communication demands of the professional world can often pose a challenge to young adults. This can be a significant stumbling block: between interviews, presentations, and networking, strong communication can make or break your career. Because strong, confident communication is so essential to success, Corporate Speech Solutions offers speech and communication training specifically tailored to the needs of young adults.
Our goal is to build the clarity, confidence and professionalism you need to get your career off to an incredible start. As corporate speech-language pathologists, we have the knowledge and expertise to help you shape your communication skills into your most powerful professional tool.
Our professional training focuses on problems that are common across young adults, such as increasing confidence in public speaking, developing professional body language, building breath support for a dynamic, confident voice, eliminating filler words such as “um” and “like”. At the same time, training is also highly personalized to suit your particular needs. We use a ten-point assessment to pinpoint the areas of your communication that need to be targeted, and we develop a personalized training program to help you speak with the clarity and confidence you need to succeed.
Want to learn more? Click here to see what our program for young adults has to offer, or give me a call at 212-308-7725 or send me an e-mail at email@example.com. I’d be more than happy to answer any questions you might have!
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