Feb 03 2013

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About Vocal Impact

We are a team of executive coaches, voice professionals, image consultants, content creators, workshop facilitators, strategists and others who guide and support the heroes with whom we work. We value the power of communication and community to create a vibrant and peaceful world.

The Method

Author of Can You Hear Me Now? Harnessing the power of your vocal impact in 31 days, Kate Peters has been developing  the Vocal Impact Services concept and delivery methods for more than 30 years.  As an expert guest she has been featured on radio and television, providing insight about how the sound of a speaker’s voice supports, or betrays, their message and impact.

Our method to communicating with impact and influence is a science-based, performance-proven approach that is grounded in a deep understanding of vocal physiology and muscle control; we treat communication as an athletic endeavor and systematically build skills and performance discipline in the communicator.  Our executive coaches and practitioners help executives create communication that aligns their personal intention and business strategy with compelling content and purposeful delivery choices that impact listeners.

Clients

Our client list includes executives at technology companies in Silicon Valley, manufacturing companies across the US, Europe and Asia, real estate developers in the US, large and small business consulting organizations, as well as politicians, non-profit leaders, radio personalities, educators, and others. We don’t kiss and tell but if you want to speak to someone with whom we worked we have referrals. We coach speakers for TEDMED, and TEDx and TED Global. One fascinating aspect of the work we do at Vocal Impact is the coaching we provide for global business people. We have worked with hundreds of people who must collaborate with others when English is their second language.

A Commitment to Community

Demonstrating a strong commitment to the community, we have produced extremely successful events for arts and education organizations in Orange County, helping to raise more than 12 million dollars since 2004.

 

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