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When Nervousness Makes Your Voice Quiver in Public Speaking

13th April 2011
Nothing is more embarrassing for a speaker than to be plagued with a voice that quivers, shakes, or skips an octave when standing at the lectern or the head of the conference table. It is a problem for many people and can easily be eliminated by taking co... Read >
Author: The Voice Lady

Valley GirlEse Doesn\\\\\\\'t Sell -- Professionalism Does

17th August 2010
Recently, I had the opportunity of working with a group of young professionals in a corporate workshop on voice and presentation skills. Comprising six women and one man, the group was under 30 years of age except for one woman who was 32. Smart, savvy, o... Read >
Author: The Voice Lady

The Value of a Smile in Public Speaking

15th December 2009
Imagine standing at the lectern. You see the many smiling faces of those in your audience. Your countenance, however, says anything but that you are glad to be there. While you may not be thrilled at the prospect of giving that speech or presentation, if ... Read >
Author: The Voice Lady

Preparation: The Key to Public Speaking Success for Introverts

15th December 2008
Preparation: The Key to Public Speaking Success for Introverts* The year was 2000. It was time to give the annual report to the Board and Suzanne, the VP of Finance, was sweating buckets. The rolls of nausea began before she moved up to the podium. Wit... Read >
Author: Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D.

Mannerisms, the Wasted Gesture of Public Speaking

01st May 2008
This is the third of three articles on using gestures for public speaking. This deals with mannerisms. The first dealt with appropriate gestures and the second inappropriate gestures. When speaking in front of an audience, as seasoning enhance a meal... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele
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