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Is Your Voice as Powerful as You Are? Two Workshops with Hillary Wicht

Posted By Mary Thorsby, Thursday, February 8, 2018

5:30-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 28
Fitbit, 215 Fremont St., San Francisco

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5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 29
Veritas, 500 E. Middlefield Rd., Mountain View

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When you walk into a room, you may look the part. Your business accomplishments may indicate that you’re an achiever. But the moment you begin to speak, your audience will be listening carefully to gauge if your voice and message are congruent with your appearance and resume. How we show up vocally leads people to definite and immediate conclusions about how we show up in the world. How we say it is far more persuasive than what we say.

Your listeners decide in just seven seconds. Simply put, there is a strong relationship between vocal acoustics and the psychology of perception: who we are as individuals, our personality, our strengths, what we bring to the table and also our weaknesses are unmasked in the voice.

Hillary Wicht is a voice expert who has been tapped as a specialist by the Wall Street Journal and the Stanford Entrepreneurial Graduate Program for her work on the impact of gender communication styles in the corporate sector.

In this experiential workshop – scheduled for San Francisco and Mountain View – Hillary unveils the ways in which women unknowingly give up their power through the way they communicate. She will uncover the most common “power-leaks” in female communication styles and give insights and tools for communication “power-plays.”

 

Make you voice at the table as powerful as you are and be the leader you are meant to be in your business, community and the world.

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