As the term implies, vocal presence is using your voice’s tone, color and richness to complement your body language and the words you’re communicating. Here are just a few of the variables influenced by your vocal presence:
In the absence of visual cues (i.e., on the phone), listeners will focus strongly on your voice. And thankfully, vocal presence is a communication skill you can master to positively influence your audience’s impression of you.
On the phone, your interviewer will (both consciously and unconsciously) assess the way you speak to draw conclusions about your candidacy. Below, our food industry executive recruiters share simple tips to improve your vocal presence – and ultimately land the food and beverage job you want:
Chicagoland Food & Beverage Network
1 W Monroe Street
Chicago, IL 60603
Tel (312) 525-9653