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Webinar: Making Your Voice Heard
There are are over 1.2 billion English speakers worldwide creating a great diversity of sound in spoken communication. Connecting with others is easier when our ears connect with sounds they recognize. We create meaning based on what we THOUGHT we heard. Sound diversity can be a key reason communication breaks down. It can also make verbal delivery mastery of English challenging for non-native speakers.
Non-native speakers of English create communication based on their native language models, how their ears were trained to the sounds of English and how they themselves have spoken English. Accents are beautiful. They are a part of who you are. Diversity is necessary. It makes life richer.
Clarity is the bridge that allows understanding, connection and progress to take place. We make life a lot easier when our words are clear and easy to understand. This webinar will highlight what could be stopping your verbal delivery success as a non-native speaker as well as what you can do about it.
The Amazing Speaker Forum
Don't learn alone! The Amazing Speaker Forum gives you a private space in our learning ecosystem to discuss, receive peer-level feedback and receive emotional support.
Don't stop when you get stuck! Send in your questions and challenges online to your coach-assessor through our private chat feature. You will get answers within 24 hours of your question submission - from a live human being with a heartbeat.
30 Minute Needs Discussion
It's hard to know what you don't know right? After you have watched the webinar, take advantage of a free 30 minute coaching discussion to visit with someone who can help you frame what victory looks like for you, understand what's been stopping you specifically - and come up with the best steps to get where you want to be.
A Word from Our Clients...
"This program is changing my life."
"This program is changing my life because I feel I can communicate more clearly every day. I can express in better ways what I am trying to say, and I think I am being heard, I think that people respect my words more.
Since I arrived in the United States, I have always been shy and reserved, but I think part of it was my fear to talk because I know I make mistakes. I was afraid people didn’t understand me and I felt people did not listen to me sometimes.
In the short amount of time that I have been in the program, I feel that I have more confidence to talk, I am expressing my opinions and ideas more, and I can be more open with those surrounding me.”
Maria Vargas, University of Houston – Bauer School of Business Wolf Center Student