VOICE & GENDER: HOW MALE AND FEMALE VOICES SHAPE THE WORKPLACE
Apr 25, 2017 4:30pm
Have you ever felt that your ideas weren't listened to? Or that you had to pretend to be something that you weren't to get ahead?
Gallery Elena Shchukina is pleased to welcome public speaking coach Matt Pocock for a talk on voice and gender. Voices can define the way we see people. A deep voice can reflect power and gravitas; a high and piercing one, submission. Or so we think.
But using the latest voice science, Matt Pocock turns our preconceptions upside down. You'll learn the enormous physical differences between men and women in their voices, and what both sexes do to project power and authority. You'll never hear your office in the same way again.
Matt Pocock is a voice coach and professional speaker with a Masters in Voice from Guildford School of Acting. He has worked with clients from the BBC, Sky, ITV, Time Warner, Ernst & Young, KPMG, Accenture, RBS, the Department for Education and the NHS. He has delivered over 3,000 hours of coaching with hundreds of clients, and specialises in the psychology and anatomy of the human voice. He recently appeared in the Guardian and the Mail on Sunday on the topic of elocution.
25th April, 18.30 - 19.30
£8.00 / £5.00 concession