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Voice and executive coaching for business

Corporate voice coaching equips professionals to use their body, speech and voice to feel, look and sound more confident and present.

Executive coaching helps them develop a confident mindset, unlocking their gifts so they can reach their full personal and professional potential. 

Given that how we think (mindset) affects how we look (body language) what we say (speech) and how we say it (voice), there is a compelling case for combining voice and executive coaching - especially in the business world, where confidence is frequently tested and presence highly valued. 

 

Yet very few coaches are professionally qualified to do both.

 

That's where I come in. 

 

As an ICF PCC coach and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama Voice Studies graduate, I am uniquely qualified to offer both types of coaching. It’s a profound blend, which inspired me to develop a coaching programme called Make Your Mark with Susan Room®. 

The Make Your Mark with Susan Room® coaching programme

‘How you think’  explores the language and origins of the inner critic, and offers powerful exercises to tame and turn it into the inner coach. 

‘How you look’ considers the inner critic’s effect on body language, and shows how to manage nerves, and improve presence and personal impact.

‘What you say’ raises awareness of unhelpful speech habits, and offers practical tips for speaking confidently, clearly and concisely.

‘How you say it’ examines the art of listening, what the human voice is capable of, and how to use it both to say what you mean and to mean what you say.

Hundreds of individuals attend Make Your Mark with Susan Room® events every year and their average feedback score is consistently over 95%.

‘How you say it’ examines the art of listening, what the human voice is capable of, and how to use it both to say what you mean and to mean what you say.

‘How you think’  explores the language and origins of the inner critic, and offers powerful exercises to tame and turn it into the inner coach. 

‘How you look’ considers the inner critic’s effect on body language, and shows how to manage nerves, and improve presence and personal impact.

‘What you say’ raises awareness of unhelpful speech habits, and offers practical tips for speaking confidently, clearly and concisely.

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What clients say

“The best part about working with Susan is her understanding. You are trying to tackle a problem without understanding what that problem is. She’s able to frame that out. Together with her experience and knowledge, she’s able to help you understand the problem and coach you to solve it.”

 
– Sankar Hariharan, Global Assurance Markets, Ernst and Young