Use your voice to create impact, suspense and credibility when speaking
Non Verbal Intelligence through effective use of your voice can enhance your ability as a speaker, trainer, leader and manager. Do you know how to use your voice effectively?
How To Use Your Voice Effectively When Presenting Peter Dhu firstname.lastname@example.org www.peterdhu.com FB publickspeakingdynamics Ask Questions, Take Notes, Participate, Think AGENDA What to do with filler words and uhms and ahs The power of the pause and how to be comfortable with pause When to be approachable and when to be credible How to create a voice that is approachable How to create a voice that is credible How to use your voice to bring an audience back to you The importance of volume and the impact of going soft The roll of speed and pace and how not to speak too fast Your Voice Self Audit What speed do you speak at? Do you use any filler words Can you be heard clearly at the back of the room Is your voice interesting Do you have natural intonation and variation The Power Of Your Voice 10% 58% 32% Words You Say Gestures and Body Movement Your Voice, Sincerity, Passion UCLA Research , Intonation The pace and speed at which you talk Change volume Go opposite to you normal comfortable voice Louder Softer Go soft To create tension To create attention To bring the audience back Questions Use The Power Of The Pause The most precious things in a speech are pauses. A pause will fill the void, capture attention; it will punctuate, illuminate and build the tension in a speech - Sir Ralph Wilson The Pause Use The Power Of The Pause When to use Pause If you speak to fast When your mind goes blank If you get a little nervous and need to deep breath To replace filler words Rain Drops Brain Drops Dont let it rain too heavily pause to allow time for the audience to soak up the brain drops Use The Power Of The Pause When to use Pause If you speak to fast When your mind goes blank If you get a little nervous and need to deep breath To replace filler words Silence Silence helps a group form It helps people become comfortable in a group Michael Grinder The Broken Sentence Questions A credible voice or an approachable voice Be The Captain Be The Cabin Crew Credible Vs Approachable CREDIBLE APPROACHABLE Head Head is held still Head bobs up and down Voice Steady voice Voice fluctuates with rise an fall Intonation Deepens at end of sentences Rises at end of sentences Palms Facing down Facing Up Sending Information Seeking Information When to be credible, when to be approachable Approachable CredibleCredible Approachable Designing a presentation How to look after your voice Tongue twisters Fluids How to improve your voice Use a microphone Practise projecting your voice wine glass Acting or elocution classes Voice coach or Speech Pathologist Do you know how to use a mike How to improve your voice Use a microphone Practise projecting your voice wine glass Acting or elocution classes Voice coach or Speech Pathologist Project your voice How to improve your voice Use a microphone Practise projecting your voice wine glass Acting or elocution classes Voice coach or Speech Pathologist Questions email@example.com www.peterdhu.com.au In-House Workshops Coaching Webinars Workshops