Voice Modulation, Voice and Accent Neutralization
Mid-level managers play a critical role in the ability of a company to achieve its strategic goals. . They are responsible for the success of a project. They are the link between the senior leadership and the workers. A strong middle management also provides organizations with a pipeline of future leaders. The transition from doing things to getting things done presents a set of challenges to these managers. Without proper training, the new managers transition from star workers to poor managers. Training these managers to cope with the demands of the new role is crucial for the success of the organization. Putting the managers in a lead role without proper training is only going to spell doom for the organization. The incompetent managers will have negative effect on the employee morale, productivity, customer satisfaction resulting in increased attrition, reduced customer base and reduced profits. It is in the organizations interest to train the managers for the desired skills.
The details of the modules: Voice Modulation Importance and overall effectiveness of Voice Modulation The effects of Volume on understanding of Speech Speed and pace of speech –The right speed during right conversations Resonance in Voice –Key to effective emphasizes on words Diction, Pronunciation, Phonetics Consonant sound & articulation Pitch and tone also its effectiveness in communication Intonation pattern in the right kind of speeches Importance of pauses in speech, to increase clarity and understanding of speech Accent Neutralization Basics of English Grammar –common mistakes when trying to translate from mother tongue language to English Vowel Pronunciation Proper articulation of consonants Mother Tongue Influences in language Diction, Pronunciation, Phonetics Rate of speech –proper pauses when required Stress patterns in speech Rhythm in speech and voice Voice Neutralization Reviewing existing accent and sound Determining stress patterns for specific voice process Specific process pronunciation and phonetics Rate of speech –proper pauses when required