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How Great Leaders Build Trust through Communication

Great leadership is built on trust. Leadership skills can be developed by productivity. Connectivity can increase productivity. First, begin by building trust! Relationship building, collaboration, and organizational success depend on it. In a recent study conducted by PwC, it states 91% of business executives say their ability to build and maintain trust improves the bottom […]
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Accent Reduction Training – What Is It and Why Is It So Important?

Accent Reduction Training, (also known as Business Communication Skill Training for the Non-Native English speaker-and used here interchangeably), is designed to build spoken clarity through phonetics and linguistics.  Our Accent Reduction Training for Non-Native English Speakers is important because it aims to eliminate misunderstandings in the workplace by building clear, articulate and confident communication.  With […]

How Can Accent Modification Help Your Career?

Do people often ask you to repeat what you say? Do you lack confidence when speaking with others in a professional setting? Does the idea of speaking in front of a group make you break out in a cold sweat? If so, you may benefit from accent modification training.

Focused, Efficient Meetings in 3 Easy Steps!

Meetings are essential for any business. They give everyone an opportunity to share ideas and be kept up-to-date on important information. However, anyone who has ever worked in a corporate environment is all too aware that meetings can become a drawn-out, ineffective waste of time and money. One of the key ingredients for a meeting […]

Can I Trust You? Tips for Inspiring Trust through Body Language

Whether trying to gain new clients, make a connection with a colleague, or make an impression on your boss, being viewed as trustworthy is essential for making professional connections. Most of us know how to keep someone’s trust once we’ve earned it: by following through on our actions and being open and honest in our […]

Excuse Me? Handling Interruptions with Grace and Confidence

Being interrupted at work is one of the most frustrating professional experiences. On the one hand, it’s easy to let it slide: you don’t want to upset or alienate your colleagues or superiors, so for many people it seems simpler to do nothing rather than risk a confrontation. However, allowing people to continually interrupt you […]

This Could Be You!

Do you want to use communication to take your career to the next level? After undergoing communication training with Corporate Speech Solutions, one of our clients, S.A., landed a new job and thanked Corporate Speech Solutions for the part we played in helping him to communicate more effectively and move up the corporate ladder. Check […]

Are You Being Understood? Communicating with Clarity with Non-Native Speakers

As globalization increases, our world becomes smaller and smaller. Chances are, nearly everyone reading this blog has at least one colleague, customer, or work-related acquaintance who is a non-native speaker of English. Because non-native speakers can vary in their mastery of the language, the occasional communication breakdown is bound to occur. When this happens, it […]

Tips for Clear Confident Pronunciation: Plural Endings

The key to mastering clear, articulate speech often lies in the details. One pronunciation detail that is often tricky is how to pronounce the plural “s” ending. This is because it can be pronounced three different ways. While these differences may be difficult to master, there are rules that can help you learn to use […]

When Does an Accent Interfere with Success?

As a corporate speech-language pathologist, one of the most common reasons people seek my services is to reduce their accent. Often, clients will call for information and ask, “Can you get rid of my accent?” As an accent reduction specialist, I don’t try to “get rid” of a person’s accent. An accent in and of […]