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Volume Variation: The Key to a Dynamic Voice

The quality of your voice can have a significant impact on how others perceive you and your message. One aspect of your voice that can change the impact you have on others is your volume. While a strong voice is one of the key components to sounding like a confident professional, varying your volume can […]

Land Your Dream Job! Interview Tips for New Graduates

Are you a recent graduate who has just entered the job market? For many young adults, one of the biggest hurdles in getting your career started is passing the interview process and landing that first job. While your qualifications play a large part in your success, it’s likely that a number of other candidates with […]

Small Talk – The Key to Networking

Networking is essential for professional success. The ability to meet and connect with potential professional connections is one of the most important keys to growth in the business world. However, networking is more than simply meeting others in your field and introducing yourself and your services. The most successful networkers are those that make a […]
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Negotiate Like the Professional You Are

If you’re like most professionals, negotiation is a part of your daily life. Whether you’re negotiating a raise, working out the details of a contract, or deciding how a project will be run, knowing how to sway others to your side is essential to professional success. However, negotiation isn’t just about getting what you want; […]

Get Ready to Succeed in 2018 with our 3 Communication Resolutions!

As 2017 winds to a close, people across the country are beginning to reflect on the last year, and think about what they’d like to do differently. If you’re like most people, you’ve had your fair share of New Year resolutions that have fallen by the wayside as winter turns to spring. Today, I’d like […]

The Key to Sounding Like a Native Speaker? Idioms!

Idioms, or figures of speech (e.g., “It’s raining cats and dogs”), are so common, that people rarely realize they’re using them in their native language. However, when trying to master a new language in a professional setting, idioms suddenly seem to be everywhere. If you’re not familiar with common idioms in English, you may often […]

Year-End Wrap Up! 12 Months of Expert Advice

Welcome to First Thursday! On the first Thursday of each month, Corporate Speech Solutions features an expert that has a skill or expertise that will enhance your professional skill set. Today, we wrap up this year’s series by reviewing the strategies and skills shared by the experts that have been featured in 2017. Take a […]
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Building Female Leaders Through Communication

A recent study, Women in the Workplace 2017, found that female representation drops at each level of advancement of corporate America, with only 20% of C-suite roles occupied by women. Although there are a range of issues that contribute to female underrepresentation, one factor that can impact advancement is communication style. In the past, I’ve […]

How Communication Impacts Women in the Workplace

Most people are aware that women are underrepresented in corporate America, but a recent study has quantified that representation. Women in the Workplace 2017 is a comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America conducted by LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company. Over 200 companies employing more than 12 million people participated in a […]

Communicating Around the Globe

As the professional world becomes increasingly global and interconnected, having clients, colleagues, and employees from around the world become the new normal. While this diversity can be great for business, it can also come with some complications in terms of communication. Communicating with people from different language backgrounds requires special considerations to avoid miscommunication and […]