For Whom

 

→Hosts, Journalists, Youtubers, Podcasters

→Trainers, Presenters,  Public Speakers and Professors

→Actors, Readers, Orators, Story-tellers

→Mental Health Professionals

→Professional Speakers and Interlocutors

Sample topics

→Fear of exposure and stress

→Voice projection

→Expressiveness

→Audience Interaction

→Tailoring speech to audience and subject matter (jargon, formality, tone)

→Technical and emotional management of live dialogue

→Functional structure with regard to goals

→A full of meaning transition from written to oral language

→Beyond prepared speech, toward improvisation

→Elements of Rhetoric and the dramatic action

→Narration as a composition strategy in non-fiction speech

→Non-directiveness in interlocution and interviewing

→Organizing an oral performance as a director (a show, training, recording etc)

→Entrance routines for performances

→The spectrum of address to the audience, from narration to mimesis

→Analysis of oral interpretation into musical choices

→The written text as a score, punctuation, phrasing and breath

→Radical revision of the acting mannière

→Other issues which may concern you:

Inadequate breath, inhaling sound, skewed reception of the transmitted message, nasal timbre, coarse timbre, stage fright, inadequate voice projection, flat delivery, repeating words/sounds/phrases, absence of flow along with inhibiting pauses and loss of the train of thought.