tone of voice matters in communication

How Much Does Tone Of Voice Really Matter In Communication?

Maria Pellicano Business Voice Coach, interpersonal communication, Mentoring, public speaking

Your tone of voice tells others a great deal about who you are and how professional your business is. Voice tonality will either repel others or engage them, but most are not aware of what their voice is really saying to others. With better understanding of how to control your voice, you can alter the volume, tone and pitch of …

four types of tone of voice in communication

4 Essential Types Of Tone Of Voice In Communication

Maria Pellicano Business Voice Coach, Mentoring, public speaking

Just like you have a variety of clothing apparels styled for different events and engagements, you should also have different tones of voice when you speak in different environments. In this blog I want to talk to you about how to access and develop four types of tone of voice in communication. I recently attended a Master Communication workshop with …

importance of tone of voice in business communication

The Right Tone Of Voice In Business Matters

Maria Pellicano Business Voice Coach, confident speaking, interpersonal communication, Mentoring, public speaking

Have you ever noticed your voice changing depending on who you are speaking with, it may be higher, squeakier, lower or a deeper quality? In conversations, does your voice suddenly become louder or softer, or it just fade away? Does your voice sound friendly or are you intimidating others when you speak? Research tells us that vocal tone matters because …

how to find your voice and speak with confidence

How To Find Your Voice And Speak With Confidence

Maria Pellicano confident speaking, interpersonal communication, Mentoring, public speaking, voice

Do you ever wonder, what are you really talking about? Is it just your opinion, your religion, your tradition, your family system? Is your workplace shutting you down and keeping your voice silent? Are you having conversations that you would rather not be having?    Are you communicating through the lenses of choice, obligation or family loyalties?    A staggering …

how to not be nervous for a speech or presentation

How To Not Be Nervous For A Speech Or Presentation

Maria Pellicano confident speaking, interpersonal communication, Mentoring, public speaking, voice

Do you regularly feel nervous for a speech? Do you ever think your feelings are affecting your speaking in the wrong way? You would like to pull the emotion out of what you are saying and be neutral, but your tone of voice betrays you and comes through in your presentation. Did you know that you cannot detach speech from the emotions …

How important is posture in communication?

How Important Is Posture In Communication?

Maria Pellicano Mentoring, public speaking, voice

Have you ever picked up the phone and started speaking and found that your voice felt stuck or too quiet after sitting down for a while? Good posture can make all the difference in communication. When you carry your body well you are able to have more body strength to produce powerful voice tonality that will make you stand out …

how to persuade your audience

How To Persuade your Audience – 4 Questions To Ask When Preparing A Speech

Maria Pellicano Mentoring

Recent research suggests foetuses in utero begin hearing and relating to their mother’s tone of voice from about 16 weeks – about 6 months before they’re even born! (language is added later). What does this mean for you as a speaker? Well, as communicators we usually know when we’re being lied to. There is something in the person’s tone that …