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Wed, Apr 03



[Special Workshop] Vocal Presence: Connecting your Voice to your Story

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[Special Workshop] Vocal Presence: Connecting your Voice to your Story
[Special Workshop] Vocal Presence: Connecting your Voice to your Story

Time & Location

Apr 03, 2019, 6:15 PM – 8:00 PM

WeWork, 311 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

About the event

[LIMITED to 10 members. See below for REQUIREMENT]

So often we have great content but our voice and speaking styles do not match so we miss the chance to really engage. Elements such as cultural or personal speaking styles, clarity of the words, accent, and tone will often affect the way you are perceived by the audience or listener. This workshop is especially focused on speakers of English as a foreign language who want to learn techniques on how to warm up your voice, learn the key elements of how to bring your words to life, and be confident in the clarity of your speech and voice. Engage in exercises and have a chance to ask questions and get feedback.

Who is this for: Entrepreneurs and business leaders from Japan (English as a second language)

Requirement: Have 2-3 minute pitch ready to present for feedback

Price: $10.00/person


- 06:15PM: Door opens/ Networking

- 06:30PM: Small Workshop on "How to Use Your Voice, Intonation/Tone, Clarity to connect to your Message"

- 07:30PM: Wrap up & Open Networking

About Instructor:

Lisa M. Patti M.S., CCC-SLP is the founder of AccentC3. She has been working with international professionals, entrepreneurs, and students for more than 15 years, developing techniques to improve all aspects of spoken communication. Lisa empowers her clients with tools to maximize their communication styles and leverage their voices to command presence.

Her method focuses on the 3C’s: communication of the message, clarity of speech, and bridging the gap of cultural communication differences. Her approach blends elements from the worlds of speech pathology, intercultural communication training, theater, and experiences gained from each client.

Lisa has worked with international accelerator programs such as Starta Capital, ERA and Techstars, to individuals from JP Morgan, Bradesco, and “Big Law”. Her clients are from all over the world, from Eastern Europe, Latin America, India, China, Korea, and Europe.

Lisa is a native of New York City. She is a licensed Speech and Language Pathologist. She also holds a Certificate in Developing Intercultural Training Skills from LTS Training and Consulting, Bath, England, and an International Certificate in Emotional Skills and Competencies and Evaluating Truthfulness and Credibility (based on Paul Eckman’s work) EIA Group, Manchester England.

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