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What’s the Rush? Finding the Perfect Rate of Speech

Have you ever listened to a speaker that flies through their presentation at a breakneck pace? What about a colleague or client who speaks so quickly, you’re exhausted by the end of the conversation, and barely remember what was said? All too often, when people are nervous or excited or eager to convey information, they […]

It’s Better Speech and Hearing Month!How Can a Corporate Speech Pathologist Help You?

Did you know May is Better Speech and Hearing Month? Each May, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) celebrates this campaign to raise public awareness of how speech-language pathology services can help improve communication skills and overall quality of life. In support of ASHA’s campaign, today we’re focusing our blog on corporate speech-language pathology: what it […]
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3 Simple Strategies to Develop Executive Presence

Everyone knows at least one person who seems to effortlessly stand out from the crowd. The person who instantly commands attention when then walk into a room and who everyone seems to gravitate toward. What is it that this person has that makes them so engaging and charismatic? Executive presence.

Put Your Best Voice Forward

Have you ever listened to a recording of yourself and asked, “Is that how I really sound?!” There are many complaints people have about their voice: that it’s too whiny, too nasal, too high-pitched, too soft or any other host of issues. Poor voice quality isn’t just an aesthetic issue. A clear, dynamic voice is […]

Use Storytelling to Become a More Dynamic Speaker

The best public speakers know how to present their message in a way that keeps their audience engaged and leaves them thinking about your message long after they leave the room. One of the best ways to connect with your audience and drive home your message is including storytelling in your presentation. Facts, statistics and […]

Does Your Voicemail Greeting Send the Right Message?

How many calls do you let go through to your voicemail each day? In an age where more and more professionals use their voicemail as their personal secretary, it is essential to have a voicemail greeting that is as polished and professional as you are. Take a look at the following tips to make sure […]
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Your best PITCH forward! How to immediately engage and entice your listener!

The goal of networking is to make connections and tell other professionals and potential clients about who you are and what you do. Unfortunately, often  often not enough time to say all that you want to say yet you most definitely want to make a good impression. For this reason, every professional should have an […]

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 […]

Three Ways to Make a Telephone Impression!

Experts say that up to 90% of communication is non-verbal. This means that talking on the telephone can be a particularly challenging communication task, since all of that non-verbal support is removed. In today’s business world, being able to communicate in a clear and professional manner on the phone is critical to success. Take a […]

Watch Your Syllables!

When we speak in casual conversation, we often take “shortcuts” as we speak. This can include dropping sounds or even entire syllables from words. Unfortunately, these can be extremely detrimental to your message; in a best-case scenario it makes your speech seem sloppy, at worst, it may render your entire message incomprehensible. Think of common […]