Voicemaster for Teachers
Creators of the Hudson Voice Technique.
Taught in 76 countries worldwide!
The world's only programme for professional verbal communication.
It's a life skill and guaranteed.
What makes one teacher more successful than the other?
Their ability to tell their story better than other teachers.
Every successful career starts with a teacher, that's why they are so important.
Verbal communication skills are a professional necessity for teachers. After years of experience, it is easy for a teacher to believe
that they don’t need any more help, but the fact is that no teacher in the world was ever taught a set of rules to make them professional speakers.
We all have a unique speech pattern - our verbal DNA.
Surprisingly, no school or university teaches a communication technique because there has never been one - UNTILL NOW.
We have created a special version of the Hudson Voice Technique for teachers which will be available worldwide from January 2018.
The Hudson Voice Technique is taught to the BBC, Oxford University, Manchester University, the Association of Colleges and many international organisations, not to forget voiceovers and actors. is now available for teachers around the world.
Why would an experienced teacher learn a communication technique?
Because by learning the Hudson Voice Technique, you will be more engaging, sound more confident and persuasive.
The result? Your students will be more engaged during class, have more confidence in you and what you say AND MOST IMPORTANTLY,
retain more information.
Without a technique, you have to rely on your instinct.
Here’s the Oxford Dictionary description:
instinct /in'stingkt'/ The innate aspect of behaviour that is unlearned.
In other words, 'guessing'. It may be an educated guess, but a guess nonetheless!
On the other hand, it describes technique /tek-neek/ as follows:
1. A set of specific rules which determine the degree of excellence.
2. The degree of skill or command of fundamentals exhibited in any performance.
When you have control of your voice, you have the ability to:
The way you speak can draw listener in or leave them feeling alienated or, half-way, just plain bored. Once drawn in, you can hold them, or let them slip away.
By conveying confidence – even certainty – you can assuage doubt in your listener. If you get it wrong, you will sound merely arrogant and much of the difference is in the tone of voice.
Say your words poorly and they will flow easily into one ear and out of the other. Yet, get it right and they will resonate inside your listener’s brain and start to stick.
All of this is part of the craft of influence.
The Hudson Voice Technique is a systematic process that teaches you how to use your voice as a precision tool. It cannot be compared to any other communication training.
It is taught to teachers at Oxford and Manchester Universities, the BBC, The Association of Colleges, the Singapore Media Academy, many international organisations, voiceovers and actors.
There are 7 common mistakes made when we speak.*
■ 73% Talk too fast – the listener can’t keep up with you.
Learn how to slow down the rate of speech (and reduce your accent if you have one)
■ 81% Run sentences into each other – the listener gets confused.
Learn the 3 Golden Rules to use at the end of sentences
■ 43% Use a rising inflection – reflects lack of knowledge.
Learn to sound confident when you speak
■ 29% Lack energy – sounds boring, listener tunes out.
Learn to Energise your voice and keep your listener's attention
■ 34% Emphasise the wrong words – you’re not getting the message across.
Learn to understand the instructions from the author
■ 18% Speak in a monotone – lose the interest of the audience.
Learn to use your No.5 voice
■ 32% Leave sentences open – reflects indecision.
Learn to sound positive and engage with your audience.
*Survey conducted by Voicemaster of 1127 students
“With Steve's in-depth analysis, every voice is sure to undergo transformation.
Communication is about effective speaking; there is a science to it. Learning the Hudson Voice Technique helps an audience receive every spoken word without loss of focus. This technique, when implemented elevates your communication to a far superior quality.”
Mallika Krishnamurthy, India