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In the first part of our series on vocal delivery, we introduced the basic components of vocal expression (power, pace, pitch and pause) and provided some expert advice for improving each.
This week, we’ll share some vocal exercises that will get your voice into shape for your next presentation. And you’ll also learn some surprisingly easy strategies to make your voice sound more confident and compelling.[…] Continue Reading »
How would you rate your personal integrity? On a grading scale of A (high demonstrated integrity) to F (low demonstrated integrity), what grade would you give yourself? Even more important, how would the people you live with and work with grade you?
What should one consider when rating their own or someone else’s integrity? Here’s a client’s approach to integrity, which is one of their company’s core values.[…] Continue Reading »
Have you ever struggled with the right way to use the power of your position?
- Never — I’ve always wielded power very responsibly: 22%
- Sometimes — I’ve made an occasional mistake: 72%
- Often — I have trouble wielding power appropriately: 4%
- All the time — I tend to abuse the power of my position: 1%
The Perils of Power.[…] Continue Reading »
Through years of consulting to many organizations, I’ve been blessed to work with wonderful, accomplished leaders — individuals who are deeply in touch with themselves and are focused on bringing the best of their skills, talents and passions to leading others. They view leading as both a privilege and a responsibility, one that surpasses any other role they may have in their organization.[…] Continue Reading »