• What does your voice say about you?

Why voice is important

With more focus on your voice, you can get better results.
Our methods give you a fun and fast way to get there.
We don’t want to change your voice, we just help you use it to maximum advantage.



Bringing your awareness to your voice and then getting practical. From presentation skills and sales training, to sports coaching and police officer development.

121 Training

Looking at the specifics and then experimenting. You use your voice everywhere, so the results are found everywhere too.

Problem solving

Using voice as the starting point to tackle the problem creatively. It could be staff or stakeholder management. It could be disruption in the classroom. Surprise us!


Expert voices

“When someone is succinct in the way they speak, it shows me that they have clarity of thought. This is especially important when it comes to communicating at board level and to senior stakeholders.”

ANDRE MACIELHead of UK Investment Banking at Credit Suisse

“What is more important than whether someone uses jargon or colloquial language, is that they read and respond to who is in front of them. This is especially key during a negotiation and the way they articulate a response is usually quite telling of whether or not they have read the situation accurately.”

CASPER STYLSVIGChief Revenue Officer at Fulham Football Club

“I know really brilliant, enthusiastic people who have been told that they don’t ‘sound’ enthusiastic enough, so there must be something in the delivery of that enthusiasm which is making it go wrong for them. We really have to open up that conversation around voice, projection and presentation because it could make a significant difference to hiring.”

DORA MICHAILManaging Director, Digital at Telegraph Media Group

“I was a fighter who could not handle being told off as it broke my confidence. An encouraging voice played a key part in helping my performance. But it’s different for everyone. Now that I coach others, I find an authoritative voice is also important to demonstrate that you know what you’re talking about. A good coach can always identify which style it is that his student needs and when.”

KASH GILLBritish Professional Kickboxer, Former Four-times World Champion, BBC Sporting Hall of Fame
“There must be hundreds of presentations I’ve been to, thousands of meetings, and a huge number of talks I’ve listened to – most of which have given me the opportunity to catch up on my sleep or to multi-task because I’ve lost concentration. I don’t want them to shout. I don’t want them to jump around and sing a song. Just simply, use their voice to express emotions. With this, their ability to connect with the audience would increase tremendously.”
BAL BANSALAssociate Director, IT Innovation & Digital at Coca-Cola Enterprises

“Strong vocal delivery would definitely buy a cold caller more time on the phone with me, especially if they come across as serious, engaged and authoritative – because the contrast is so sharp with the multitude of blathering idiots you have to deal with!”

ADRIAN BARRICKGlobal Brand Director, Campaign, and Audience & Content Director, Brand Republic Group at Haymarket Business Media



When the going gets tough

Strategies and tactics for tough public speaking situations from the front lines of stand up comedy.


Changing the way you speak

How we speak is deeply tied to our sense of identity. Can we improve our speech and still remain true to who we are?


Not-so-great expectations

How can you confirm or break the expectations people have of you based on first look?