This ancient voice technique helps you connect with your own unique sound, exploring your voice in a new way. The participants share what the workshop experience is giving them.
Dubai Women’s Voices was founded in January 2015, here are some glimpses of a weekly rehearsal. If you would like a mini-concert at your next event, party or launch, please contact choir-leader Kim here!
What is the worst thing you can do with your voice when you communicate? And what is the ideal? Watch this video for 3 tips about what you can do to improve your voice as a communication tool.
What do hippos, monkeys and CEOs have in common? Watch this video for 3 tips about what you can do to enhance your leadership behaviour on a nonverbal level.
How can you make your pitch effective and convincing? Watch this video for 3 tips about what you can do to convince potential investors.
When you are launching your own ideas into the world, you need a lot of confidence to dare and to persevere. Watch this video for 3 tips about how you can charge up your confidence batteries…
Networking can be such a waste of time, as you move from one event to the next. Watch this video for 3 tips about how to use your networking moments effectively.
From a guest lecture for the Silicon Valley Tech Forum at the Oracle Campus in Santa Clara in 2011. In this talk, Kim introduces the Contract Between the Speaker and the Audience as a way to avoid the pitfalls as a speaker.
From a guest lecture for the Silicon Valley Tech Forum at the Oracle Campus in Santa Clara in 2011. In this talk, Kim gives away which steps to prepare first and why…
What are the foundational prerequisites for organizational innovation? Kim shares how she started giving innovation workshops and the most important components of her design, helping the participants expand their comfort zone.
We all fear those tricky questions we don’t have an immediate answer to during an interview and it’s easy to fall into the trap of trying to make it up on the spot. Kim explains why this might not be the best approach…
When we get nervous, the nerves travel upwards through our bodies, making us more and more tense and in worst-case scenarios, giving us a blackout. Here are some hands-on tips we can use to make the situation better for ourselves while making our presence more attractive for people around us.
Inspired by zoologist Desmond Morris, Kim talks about aspects of leadership behavior in the realm of nonverbal communication. Find out what signals reveal high versus low status and how they affect our interactions.
Why is it so important to be yourself during a job interview and what are the recruiters really looking for? Kim shares a tip about what you can do to prepare yourself.
This video offers a fast-paced stream of nuggets about tone of voice, the effect of a full-body voice, how you can become aware of your voice and more…
When we don’t have facial expressions and body language to support our stream of communication signals, our voice takes over as the main nonverbal vehicle. This creates some challenges, and here’s what you can do…
These languages are great examples of how the placement of sound production in the throat affects the pitch of a language and so, both how we sound and ‘who we are’. Kim speaks Danish, Swedish and Norwegian, demonstrating vocal elasticity.
Recorded webcast from a guest lecture at Carnegie Mellon University in Silicon Valley. Interactive talk about vocal inhibitions, what vocal elements can be trained, advice for voice usage during audio interface and more…
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As a token of gratitude to Ejecutivas Online, Kim founded and led the EOL choir with women from the network. After rehearsals throughout the spring of 2007, they celebrated with this summer concert, singing songs of the world.