Browsing Tag: leadership

How To Play Corporate Politics Without Losing Your Soul (part 3)

Accent Reduction
“I want to recommend to my manager that one of my direct reports should be put on a performance review, with the possibility of separation. However, I am afraid that my manager might use my recommendation against me at a future date, either during my review or my efforts at promotion. How can I make sure my manager doesn’t move against me?” [...]

Guest blog: 3 Ways For Women To Sound Like Leaders

Accent Reduction
Hi Everyone, I am happy to link you to a recent guest blog I wrote for I hope you enjoy reading it: Take care, Anna

The Voice of “The Iron Lady”

Accent Reduction, Sound Like a Leader, Voice Training
It’s nearing Oscar time! The Brain-Voice Connection team loves a good film. For the second year in a row, a film is nominated that touches upon the need for leaders to have powerful voices. Last year it was The King’s Speech. This year, it’s The Iron Lady. Margaret Thatcher is poised to rise to political power. She is encouraged to work [...]

Leadership, Cognitive Neuroscience, and You

Accent Reduction, Sound Like a Leader
Hi Everybody, The blog is back! I will be offering snippets of advice and links to articles that connect with brains and voices! You will also be reading posts from my new business partner, Laura Vanderpool. Today’s link relates to how cognitive neuroscience is creeping into our business lives. I like this quick Q&A because it [...]