Contact * Call or e-mail Kathy with questions, for a proposal, or for a quote.
SPEECH & VOICE COACHING
BETTER BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
Please contact by e-mail.
Toronto, ON, Canada
Lessons available by Skype !
Do you need an Article Written for Your Publication?
Inquire about having Kathy write an article for your magazine, newspaper or blog. Kathy has written several communications , professional image and voice-related articles of interest for various websites and newsletters.
Kathy's has had these Articles published:
Which is the Best Vocal Method to Study?
3 Tips to Keep Your Voice Sounding Fantastic This Autumn!
How Speaking Skills Affect Sales
Coaches as Expert Communicators
Connect with Clarity
Speak and Sound Like a Pro When You Present
The Language of Sales
Three Ways To Combat A Dry Throat
How Can I Improve My Voice for Business?
The Business Of Singing
An Evening at the Elgin with Donny Osmond
The First Dance Weddings & Honeymoons Magazine
Exercise to Remedy a Monotone Drone www.womensgrowthnetwork.com Go Girl Grow E-Zine
Near Lawrence Ave. E. & Morningside Rd.
Toronto - Scarborough - West Hill - Guildwood, ON
Need a Speaker for Your Event?
Kathy would be happy to speak at your meeting, training event, motivational gathering, conference, product launch, trade show or retreat.
Kathy will customize an entertaining, thought-provoking, inspiring and motivational talk for your audience on any topic related to communication, sales, presentations, performance, or confidence! It can be interactive too.
Do you need a Speech, script or Introduction?
Inquire about having Kathy write a speech for you, or help 'tweak' your existing speech. She has been asked to write introductions, wedding speeches, scripts for videos and eulogies. You might just need a presentation to be 'punched up' or even a toast or prayer crafted for a family gathering. Anything is possible.
Kathy says, "The words I write for others to speak will have cadence and prosody with words that sparkle. My style of speech writing isn't too academic and I use a minimum of jargon.
Words should be "impactful", well placed, and your points should be organized without rambling. The goal is to deliver a talk which will linger in the listener's memory."