ThincLab presents a free masterclass with Nathan Jones from Mood Institute on how to be seen, heard and understood. Nathan Jones is one of Australia's leading commercial voice-over artists and emotion scientists. He will introduce "Master Your Voice" led by his own experience as a voice-over artist and a PhD in Experimental Psychology. Nathan will share his research-backed techniques and insights to help you unlock the full potential of your voice and emotions.
In this innovative workshop, you will learn how to use your voice as a tool to enhance your communication skills, build stronger relationships in both personal and professional contexts, and be more seen, heard, and understood by others. Nathan believes that our voice is our greatest asset, and he will empower you to harness the power of your voice and emotions.
You will discover the limitations of email as a communication method and explore alternative approaches to achieve a greater emotional connection and understanding with others. You will also develop a deeper understanding of the emotional spectrum and learn strategies to manage your emotions effectively, including the RED, BLUE, and GREEN ZONE and the emotions of Mad, Glad, and Sad.
Moreover, you will master the four dimensions of vocal expression – tone, pitch, volume, and pace – to convey your message with clarity and impact. You will distinguish between aggressive, passive, and passive-aggressive communication styles and learn to communicate assertively. Finally, you will build assertiveness to enhance your communication needs and foster meaningful relationships based on authority, empathy, and authenticity.
Join Nathan Jones in this insightful masterclass on Thursday, 1 June 2023, starting from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm at The University of Adelaide Lower Napier LG28 Lecture Theatre, North Terrace.
Bookings are essential and can be made here
To find out more about one-on-one coaching with Nathan Jones, please go to this site
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to find out about his innovative approach to emotional well-being through organisational training.