Say it out Loud

I’ve a Presentation pending with PowerPoint to boot My Fear is never ending and my Sleeping time forfeit When I Speak I’m always rushing and I know I’m also Blushing My Mouth is dry as dust and I find the Whole thing crushing. I’ve to Speak at my friend’s Wedding and she isn’t even joking … Read more…

Your voice at work

Continuing Professional Development – First Learn  to Breathe! At the start of working life it may seem unimportant to consider how you actually speak words. For some it gets overlooked and unremarked upon through the whole of a  successful career. For others it becomes a thing that prevents promotion, can even hinder the way you manage your … Read more…

Elocution Now and Then

by Sasha Mitchell The Oxford English dictionary defines Elocution as “The skill of clear and expressive speech, especially of distinct pronunciation and articulation”.  Note the words ‘clear’ and ‘articulation’.  We love individual accents at Resonance Voice Training, and feel strongly that you should be able to keep your accent, whilst using grammatical English and no dialect. … Read more…

Lincs CIPD Wellbeing Conference

On July 6th The Lincolnshire CIPD held its annual conference in Woodhall Spa at the historic and beautiful Petwood Hotel. The theme for this year was Wellbeing at Work and there were several interesting and informed speakers there to increase general understanding of a uniquely complex topic. Linda Hitchen, a sociologist from Lincoln University with … Read more…

Keeping our stories fresh in Interviews

When we are telling our stories in interviews, relating our relevant career history in ways that we have practised and polished, how do we keep them fresh so that we always sound authentic? Repetition of anything helps us to build in a smoothness of delivery and refinement of key information that gives us confidence. A polished performance … Read more…