ATD Workshop: How to Capture Your Audience's Attention with the Sound of Your Voice

  • 29 Sep 2015
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Kaplan University, 1390 Piccard Drive, Suite 100, Rockville, MD 20850
  • 20


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Your voice is your primary tool for communication with prospects and clients. How you use it, what it sound likes, and how you present yourself while speaking can make the difference between landing the client or losing the sale. Especially if you use your voice for several hours a day (in person, on the phone, or in front of groups), taking care of your voice and knowing how to use it properly throughout the day is vital to maintaining effective communication, even during marathon events or when feeling under the weather.

Key Takeaways

  • How to transform your voice into a powerful tool for your business organization
  • Why the sound of your voice matters to your clients and fellow workers
  • How to create a warmup routine that prepares you physically and mentally for speaking engagements
  • 3 easy warmups guaranteed to improve the sound of your voice
  • Tips for overcoming stage fright

Stephanie Bonte-Lebair, B.M./M.M., Creator of The Empowered Performer and Co-Founder of Duet Vocal Academy, is a lifelong performer and lover of all things on the stage! She has been coaching singers, actors and speakers for the last 15 years to improve their voices and connect with their audiences. She holds a Masters in Vocal Performance, a Minor in Speech Pathology and has performed in operas, musicals, cabaret shows, amusement park shows and dinner theater. Originally from the Midwest, she has studied and performed in places such as Italy, New York City, the D.C. region and beyond. She also loves to direct shows and uses her acting background to speak comfortably to groups of all sizes. Her mission is to help others stand in their power and be the voice of their passions!

Refund Policy: A full refund will be permitted until September 22, 2015. No refunds will be issued for canceled registrations beginning September 23, 2015

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