Oct 6: What Does Your Voice Say About You?

When: Tuesday, October 6, 2015 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Astoria Bank, 1 Jericho Plaza, 3rd floor, Jericho, NY 11753
Fee: Member $15.00, Affiliate Member $25.00, Non-Member $30.00


Do you speak with passion, vocal variety and clarity? Individuals who speak with strong, resonant voices are more memorable, more credible and more convincing. Your voice can make a difference in how you are perceived and how your message is communicated.

Whether you’re speaking online or in person, your voice is more important than ever before in order to sell your ideas and engage the listener. Did you know that if you don’t support what you say with your voice, you may also be sending mixed messages?

Learn how to harness the power in your voice for business success!

Join the IABC-LI on October 6th as we learn the 5 easy techniques to help you sound like a leader.

5 Key Takeaways:

  1. Adjust your tone to get your message across clearly
  2. Speak with confidence to build trust
  3. Use vocal pacing to engage listeners and avoid filler words
  4. Add power to your voice and be more influential as a leader
  5. Change your vocal pitch to add variety and interest to your conversation

Limited seating available. Register today.

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To pay at the door, email our event concierge Ann Middleman, ann@admmarketing.com


About the Presenter:

HeadshotMarla Seiden is founder and president of Seiden Communications Inc., an award winning presentation skills training and public relations firm based in New Hyde Park, LI for over 25 years. With a passion for helping executives, professionals and supervisors speak with confidence and impact, she offers group training workshops as well as individual coaching.  As a public speaker, Marla presents a variety of programs for business associations and companies. She has also lectured in Speech Communications at Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ and was an instructor at Hofstra University, Professional Studies Department. Ms. Seiden earned a Master of Arts in Communications from Queens College and a Bachelor of Arts in Speech and English education from SUNY at Albany.  Marla also performs in community theatre productions.


Special thanks to our generous venue sponsor, Davi Tserpelis, Senior Vice-president of business banking at Astoria Bank.

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