Professional Communication Coaching
Are you preparing for a job interview?
Do you want to improve your communication skills and help grow your career further?
With speech therapy, you can be a more confident, relaxed, and engaging speaker!
Your Best Message with Your Best Voice
How well you express yourself and get across your ideas are very crucial skills in the professional space.
If you’d like to…
avoid nervous symptoms (sweating, stammering) when speaking
be confident when presenting to large groups of people
write clear and concise emails and correspondences
say what you mean in a clearer, more professional way
Even the most confident conversationalist can crack at the sight of an audience, large or small. This anxiety can lead to stuttering, increased perspiration, nausea, stiffening of muscles, or full-on panic.
Your speech therapist can also be your public speaking coach. They can help…
identify anxiety issues and give tips to relax before big presentations
provide best practices for voice training
enhance your natural non-verbal cues (eye-contact and gestures
train you to speak in a proper pace and flow
Whatever kind of work you’re preparing for, your speech therapist can help you improve your interview skills. They can help you:
prepare and rehearse for common interview questions
review self recordings and provide feedback
present yourself more confidently in the interview room
How are people coached to speak?
They may include strategies for articulation, vocal quality, pitch, and intonation. Body language and non-verbal cues are also important components to presenting yourself well at work.
Communications coaching aims for you to be confident and enjoy communicating with others. But communication is not only verbal. Professional writing skills, such as in emails, are also key to success in the workplace.
Email correspondence and technical writing are an importance part of the workplace. Even before you are hired, your first emails make an impact during the interview process.
Gaining confidence in writing your content and professional sentence construction plays an important role in your ability to communicate at work.
Speech-language pathologists can help you in developing skills to:
write emails that are easier to understand
present yourself professionally in written correspondences
create professional reports, proposals and presentations
Using best practices when you’re writing professionally can help you feel more confident hitting that send button and passing on other written correspondences to colleagues.
How Apheleia Speech Therapy Can Help
Public Speaking Coaching
Owner & Speech-Language Pathologist