• Joanne Cantoni-Pudniks

Voice strength



Bring good information.

The best time to give a presentation is when there is a need for change.

The audience is anticipating your information to be of importance. While there is peace existing, there is an opportunity to share with international involvement. Sharing of professional knowledge is important for change.

Present your presentation with clarity, strength and structure.

Strong diction (word choice):

  • clear wording

  • power words

  • focus on affecting the audience and thier spirit

  • diligent use of words (medical terminology)

  • purpose

  • formal diction

  • elements of surprise.

Detail (facts, observations, and incidents):

  • developing topics

  • repeating only the most important information or information as a transition in topics

  • shaping the sentences to give important points

  • seasoning path of delivery with warmth, pausing, reporting and instructiions

  • creating imagery in thoughts

  • bringing life to description

  • lengthening and shortening information to determine levels of focus.

Imagery (verbal representation of sense experience):

  • bring a sensory experience that gives voice a distinctive quality

  • evoke vivid experience and emotions

  • magnify concepts with use of visual aids.

Syntax (grammatical sentence structure):

  • pacing with pauses

  • focus on words

  • parallel of sentences

  • word order

  • sentence length

  • sentence focus

  • punctuation.

Tone (expression of attitude):

  • give voice its distinctive personality

  • reduce altering tense and mood

  • individually expressing knowledge, wisdom and understanding.

Remember, an attentive audience appreciates:

- clear ideas

- truthful attitudes

- structured content

- lively words

- guidance.


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