This one-day, interactive, practical course has been designed especially for women in the workplace. It focuses on developing and embodying the skills needed to create an impact and communicate with confidence and credibility.

This Confident Communication for Women in the Workplace course offers a highly effective toolkit of transformative, performance-based techniques, involving the body, breath, and voice. These will be practiced and then applied to different communication settings and role-play scenarios to enable you to develop greater flexibility and choice in how you react and communicate.

Explore flexing between communication styles and language choices to assist you in communicating assertively, from a position of personal power, knowledge, and confidence.

This toolkit can be practiced repeatedly to enable you to increase your sense of personal power, credibility, and nascent leadership capacities.

About the Trainer: Anne Walsh
Anne Walsh is a Dialect, Voice and Vocal Communications Coach with extensive one-to-one and group business coaching experience in the private, corporate, public and charitable sectors with clients from the fields of Finance, Law, HR, Music, Publishing, Politics, Property, Local Government, Psychotherapy, Science, Medicine, Media, Art, Health and Well-being, IT, Teaching, Accountancy, Consultancy, Interior Design, Fashion, Journalism, Research, Secretarial and Administration, Higher Education (Lecturers and MA\PhD students.)

She was Voice and Communications Trainer at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama from 2008-2012 and designed and delivered in-house training in London, nationally, and in Europe, Jordan and India.

Anne also works on Film, TV and Theatre production as a Dialogue and Accent coach.

09:15 - 09:45

Registration

09:45 - 10:15

Generating Presence – The Science Behind It

  • How to build a resonant, physical presence
  • Create the conditions for credibility
10:15 - 10:45

Be Present to Have Presence!

  • Owning and naming your strengths and positive attributes
  • Presenting yourself from a position of healthy self-esteem: role play exercise
10:45 - 11:45

Developing the Toolkit

  • Body, breath, voice, equals personal power
  • Breath is the key to relaxed, poised credibility
  • Voice and vocal performance skills – pitch, pause, and pace for maximising credibility
  • Acting as if: Performance skills for high-status credibility
  • Archetypal high-status: role play exercise
11:45 - 12:00

Morning Break

12.00 - 13.00

Finding Your Feet to Speak Up in Meetings

Speaking with clarity of intention and impact in meetings: role play exercise

13:00 - 13.45

Lunch

13.45 - 14.15

Promotion: Speak to Your New Team: Role Play Exercise

  • Resonant versus dissonant leadership
  • Flexing between different communication styles: flexibility is the key
  • Avoiding self-sabotage in your language
  • Reading your team – understanding their communication preferences
14.15 - 14.30

The Power of Persuasive Language: Rhetoric

  • Be more persuasive by using rhetoric
  • Understand what rhetoric to use
14.30 - 14.45

Establishing Presence and Flexibility in Your Communication Styles

  • Risking Spontaneity
14.45 - 15.00

Afternoon Break

15.00 - 15.30

Stepping Up and Owning Your Status

  • Job Interviews: role play exercise
15.30 - 15.45

Action Planning

  • Recognising and naming your strengths and weaknesses with objectivity
  • Identify areas where we are stuck – consciously welcoming change
  • Building a practical plan going forward
  • Select realisable, achievable goals and objectives stemming from your learning on the course
15.45 - 16.00

Evaluation

16.00 - 16.15

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Anne Walsh

Communications Coach

Anne Walsh is a Dialect, Voice and Vocal Communications Coach with extensive one-to-one and group business coaching experience in the…

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