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Since 1992, Garrett Gardner of FULL VOICETM has helped hundreds of professionals in business, government, academics, and sports improve their abilities to speak on the phone, one-to-one and in group situations.

Now you can take advantage of FULL VOICETM's proven vocal communication  and public speaking training through:

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THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE CONVERSATIONS

Conversations are effective, when messages are delivered, without LOAD.  LOAD is defined as the baggage we bring to conversations, including unwarranted assumptions and previous experience.  In business, we often fail to have conversations which are needed.  We need to remember that there is power in each conversation to take us toward or away from our goals.

Business is fundamentally an extended conversation...with associates, clients and partners.  Any one conversation can be the one to change the trajectory of a sale, career or company.  Everyone must have conversations that question reality, provoke knowing, embarace tough challenges and enrich partnerships.

Effective conversations develop clarity, as they help us consider all aspects of topics, enable best possible decisions for all parties and encourage agreements which provide win-win scenarios.

Often we fail to address real issures, because of un-discussable subjects, which we feel need to be avoided, at all costs, to preserve a modicum of peace. We need to come out from behind ourselves and make conversations real.  When conversations are real, change occurs even before the conversations have ended.

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Seminar and Keynote Topics

Knowing...the Key to Relaxed Public Communication

...when you know that you know what you know, you are empowered. This ancient Zen proverb was never more important than in this age of empowerment...for women, minorities, and the disadvantaged. But, most people don't know when they know what they know, because they won't believe they can. Few realize complete fulfillment in their lives, because they won't let themselves see it as a possibility.

GAIN: You'll learn to know that you know what you know. And, on top of that, you'll learn to express what you know to others. When you can do that, you'll be valued by others. And, that's the ultimate!

Security...the Ability to Accept Change

...it's not holding what you've got; building a fence around your possessions. But, that's what the majority of Americans believe. The only thing we can be sure of is change. We can't really own anything; we just have use of things for a period of time. To continually worry about holding on to "what we've got" is futile. Security is rather, the ability to adjust to the changes that inevitably come; to proceed with our lives by living in the present moment and keeping our life's purpose in Awareness; and ceasing the futility of worry.

GAIN: You'll learn how to accept change!

The Effective Voice for Customer Service Enhancement

It is simply not enough for customer service representatives and telemarketers to learn company and product-related information. To become successful and grow in value to the organization, offensively and defensively, they must be able to effectively communicate, vocally, and bring everyone to appropriate action. Effective vocal communication requires a listenable voice and listening skills. Too often, customer service representatives and telemarketers are just waiting for their turn to talk instead of really listening to the customers' wants and needs. Customer service is not a "numbers game," it's people serious.

Nationally, fewer than 10 in 100 customer service professionals make full use of their vocal capabilities. Due to improper pitch placement, projection and rate of speech, many are just not getting the attention of their customers--who are tuning-out and turning-off to companies and their products.

The Psychology of Vocal Communication

...it is not enough to have the best ideas in the world; want to accomplish the best for mankind; or have an overriding philosophy of life. Unless one has developed positive self-confidence and self-value, the contributions he or she will make to society will be negligible. The ability to communicate vocally with effectiveness to express concepts from Awareness, enhances one's self-worth by bolstering confidence in one's ability to communicate and motivate others to action.

GAIN: You'll learn the value of risk-taking and innovation in expressing your ideas, for others to reflect upon. You'll learn that your ideas have worth, relevancy, and value. You'll learn to voice your opinions more readily and be seen as a leader on the job, in your peer groups, and by those you supervise and mentor.

You Can Sound Like You Know What You're Saying

It simply is not enough for professionals, business executives, sales people, educators, entertainers and clergy to learn and know what they know about job-related competencies. To be successful in their highly competitive fields, they must be able to effectively communicate, vocally, the essential elements of their job knowledge and bring others to action. Nationally, fewer than 10 in 100 individuals in any field make full use of their vocal capabilities. Due to improper pitch placement, projection and rate of speech, many are just not getting the attention of their client groups--who are tuning-out and turning-off.

You Can Speak With Conviction

It simply is not enough for professionals, business executives, sales people, educators, entertainers and clergy to learn and know what they know about job-related competencies. To be successful in their highly competitive fields, they must be able to effectively communicate, vocally, the essential elements of their job knowledge and bring others to action. Nationally, fewer than 10 in 100 individuals in any field make full use of their vocal capabilities. Due to improper pitch placement, projection and rate of speech, many are just not getting the attention of their client groups--who are tuning-out and turning-off.

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You Can Sound Like You Know What You're Saying
...so people will take you seriously

In this book, Garrett Gardner makes the FULL VOICE™ Vocal Performance SystemSM available to help you be a more effective vocal communicator, get others to take your seriously and bring them to action.

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