You may have done a few oral presentations, but are you making the best out of your voice when you’re speaking in public?
In this Papa PhD expert interview, I talk with Inês Moura about the importance our voice can have in graduate school, in our academic career, but also outside of the university walls.
If you are nervous, lose your breath or want to learn to modulate your voice better when speaking, this episode is filled with advice and techniques you can start using right away, so join us and listen through!
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Inês Moura is an executive vocal coach, with over 10+ years of experience in helping Leaders, Business Owners & Experts take their voices to the next level. She believes that everyone has a voice that deserves to be heard!
Thank you, Inês Moura
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