Bring your full and authentic self into your presentations
Provided by Elissa Weinzimmer
Learn how to be more fully present with colleagues and clients. Elissa will teach you the mechanics of how to interact with total authenticity, so you can have confidence and charisma in conversation and in front of a crowd. Your company will experience better communication among employees and see increased sales success. All attendees will gain skills they can benefit from in every one of their relationships.
Elissa Weinzimmer is a voice and presence coach, and the founder of Voice Body Connection. Her work empowers speakers and performers to share their authentic voices more fully. Elissa was the 2014 recipient of the Clyde Vinson Award from the Voice and Speech Trainers Association. She is also the creator of How Your Voice Works, the online course explaining the anatomy and mechanics of the human voice.
"Elissa is inclusive, authentic, and brings an energy that lightens the room."
"Elissa's workshop was a total slam dunk. We are buzzing with ways to implement her tips."
"Elissa's training is amazing, and we have had her back two years in a row. She helps our Noah's Ark exhibit educators communicate effectively with visitors, and refreshes their storytelling in fun and exciting ways. Our whole team loves the insight she brings."
Skirball Cultural Center
"Elissa's workshop at the Columbia was such a success! Afterwards, the entire group was chewing on the aspects of communication we'd discussed, and how to use our voices more effectively. Thank you so much for coming Elissa!"
Columbia School of Public Health
"Elissa is a master at demystifying this “scary” thing called, the voice. Because she is incredibly knowledgable about her craft, her teachings are practical and direct. On top of that, she is innately kind, supporting, and encouraging. Elissa is the real deal!"
"Working with Elissa has been a refreshing, engaging and encouraging experience. Elissa draws from a wide and expanding pool of knowledge, allowing her to guide, educate and advise in a logical and innovative manner."
Screen or projector. It’s recommended that there be space to get up and move, but it can be minimal (Chairs are fine).