Leadership Challenge Cheryl Moore Brinkley

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Leadership Challenge Cheryl Moore Brinkley


17th Annual
Leadership Challenge Conference
"Recognizing Possibilities: Taking Action"

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Cheryl Moore Brinkley

Do you sense there’s something about your spoken communication and tone of voice that is preventing you from being taken seriously as a professional?  Do you sound like the expert you are and the leader or innovator you know you can be?  Many women mistakenly think that to have authority or be acknowledged for expertise they need to sound more like men, so they often hold back their expressiveness and stress their voices by playing unnaturally low pitches, sending an inauthentic message, undermining their spoken communications. But the first voice of authority in most lives is Mother and a natural, rich, healthily produced woman’s voice gets attention and respect.  This “quick & dirty” workshop will let you in on what your employer, colleagues and clients are unable or possibly even afraid to tell you about your vocal tone & speech skills that, if changed, could help you move up and become more fully realized and successful in your career.

 
Start enhancing your leadership presence by:
   > Learning what the sound of your voice is really saying about you.
   > Identifying and banishing what’s “choking” your voice.
   > Gaining exercises and practical tips that you can put to work immediately.
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Cheryl-WEbReady-Square04_160x160.jpgCheryl Moore Brinkley, BFA Ithaca College, TESOL, VASTA, AEA, SAG/AFTRA, founder & CEO (chief everything officer) of B. Vocal LLC www.bvocal.net, is a voice & speech communications coach who also serves as adjunct faculty, teaching voice & speech and acting since 2001 in the Macalester College Dept. of Theatre and Dance.

As a lifelong theater professional (actor/director/educator), Cheryl has translated and simplified the lessons, exercises and discipline of the performing arts to help emerging and aspiring business leaders develop what she calls their Personal Performance Assets for professional effectiveness.

 
In the Twin Cities, she has provided group training and coached high-talent individuals for Target, General Mills, 3-M, Medtronic, BAE Systems, Trane, Park Nicollet, Cigna, Ingersoll Rand, MnDOT and many other companies.  Cheryl is a keynote speaker, most recently for the Women’s Leadership Network of the IPG Group.