Having good voice control is essential to achieving successful communication. A speech can easily lose its effect because of vocal inefficacy from the voice’s producer.
- To acquire and develop communication skills through voice potential and control
- To correct any behaviour that contributes to vocal and communicative inefficacy: fatigue, breathing, nerves, stage fright, etc.
- The voice: the communication tool par excellence
- The three keys to communicating messages: rhythm, intonation and intensity
- Principle guidelines for vocal health to maintain communicative efficacy
- Practical and experimental course in which the participant’s voice is the protagonist. Practice focuses on body and vocal exercises which are aimed at getting to know the instrument and using the voice better
- Listening to messages from journalists, politicians, good communicators and/or business people, with the goal of establishing and evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of each example and thus developing an analytical and critical sense of your own voice and that of others