Quite often in business we get focused on the statistics, bottom line, P & L and other data and forget what matters more. The numbers may be important on one level, but it is the way you are using your voice and body language that can move a team to perform, achieve and excel. Visions, motivation and inspiration aren’t found in stats. They are conveyed by the tone of your voice and what your body is saying. If you’ve been thinking more about what you say and the quality of the information you are conveying, you may be missing the most important element. Get tuned in to how you can use your voice to have maximum impact on the points you are making, and you will become the leader that others want to follow.
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Author credit: Hillary Wicht is an executive voice coach who helps clients develop their voices for leadership, so they can step more fully into their power and influence. She empowers voices in board rooms, court rooms, sales meetings, and on the stage—building competence and confidence, and helping women to discover an impactful voice and presence that creates success in their careers and lives. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-916-6262.
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