A team building or inspirational activity
Organising a workshop where the voice is central, contributes to teambuilding and creativity. But moreover, you’ll have an engaging and educational day, with the opportunity to get to know each other in a different way.
These workshops contribute to:
- Improved co-operation
- A greater sense of team spirit
- Insight into group dynamics
- Conveying your limits constructively
- Enhance your problem-solving abilities
- Creating space for inspiration
- Awareness of your own voice and the impression you make
- Improved presentation
Use your voice has worked with, amongst others, ABN AMRO, Gilead, Gemeente Amsterdam, ADM Europe, Prokino Meander, De Metselarij, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Albert Heijn and Ziekenhuis Ter Gooi.
Hów you say things, is at least as important as whát you’re saying. This workshop will make you become more aware of your breathing, your voice and the way you present yourself. But also how this is connected to your posture, thoughts and emotions. Working with your voice improves your presentation skills and gives your self-confidence a boost.
- Develop greater awareness of the way you use your voice and its effect on others
- Determine your personal areas of concern and learning objectives
- Learn breathing and voice exercises that will support your goals
We will explore the connection between body, breathing and voice, and your (un)conscious habits in this area. Furthermore we will look at several voice techniques, and how you can use these to communicate with more decisiveness and expresiveness. Participants will practice this by presenting long and short texts, and interaction with other participants. We work in a small group, so this means it’s possible to give each other feedback and pay attention to individual problems and questions.
‘Find your voice and make it heard’ can be booked as a halve day workshop on location, for a maximum of six people. Customisation is possible. Please contact me for more information or a quotation.
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