is excited to present:
"Speaking to Influence: Mastering Your Leadership Voice"
with Dr. Laura Sicola
The way you speak is the difference between whether people recognize you as a person they want on their team, or as the person who should be LEADING it. When you speak, how can you ensure that you reinforce your best In this session, Dr. Laura Sicola will show you how to identify your blind spots that keep you from having maximum influence when you speak, and share the secrets to speaking with confidence and impact. Master the Three Cs of Vocal Executive Presence so you can Command the room, Connect with the audience, and Close the deal.
Dr. Laura Sicola is a leadership communication and influence coach, author of the brand new book, Speaking to Influence: Mastering Your Leadership Voice, and founder of Vocal Impact Productions in Philadelphia, PA. Her TED talk: “Want to sound like a Leader? Start by saying your name right” has over 5.5 million views, and she has been featured at the Professional Business Women of California Conference, on television such as PHL 17, Fox Business News channel and shows like CEO Chat, on Podcasts such as Talking Leaders and Conscious Millionaire and on talk radio shows like the Gary Allen Express. Her client list includes companies such as Comcast, IBM, Chubb, EY and Women Against Abuse. Dr. Sicola earned her PhD in educational linguistics from the University of Pennsylvania where she also taught from 2001-2013.
Rated by Zagat as one of the best Italian Restaurants in Philadelphia, Gran Caffe L’Aquila is the authority on all things Italian.
The décor was constructed in Italy and transported and assembled in Philadelphia for an experience exclusive to Gran Caffe L’Aquila- a must-visit for lovers of everything Italian.
The special menu for the evening is not to be missed!
This event has limited seating, so book soon. Due to the popularity of this author, we anticipate this event to sell out.
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