Recording Date: 12-Apr-2018
Recording Type: Live Streamed Event
Lucy Cornell, CEO & Founder, The Voice Advisory
Lucy Cornell, CEO & Founder, The Voice Advisory
Lucy Cornell is the CEO of The Voice Advisory and has been a keynote speaker in 15 countries to 1000’s of executives at over 300 events globally. She works with lawyers, barristers and advocates across the globe. For 12 years, she has developed and led a voice and performance coaching faculty of 8 coaches for the Australia Bar Association’s Advocacy Courses and introduced voice and performance coaching for trial lawyers for the South African Bar and The Singapore Bar. She also works strategically with Australian law firms and in house lawyers to ensure the voice of lawyers is heard within a noisy organisational structure.
Overview: Available On Demand for Members Only A significant skill for all leaders in the legal sector is the ability to connect and engage in spoken communications. A Voice of Influence with Lucy Cornell is designed to bring lawyers and leaders out from behind their written words and ask them to invest their energy, passion and belief into the act of speaking. While the intellectual rigour of an argument is key, the ability to connect and bring words to life and into the interpersonal relationship is essential to ensure trust and buy in from stakeholders and clients. Face to face spoken communications develop relationships that affect business outcomes and the bottom line.
Available On Demand for Members Only
A significant skill for all leaders in the legal sector is the ability to connect and engage in spoken communications. A Voice of Influence with Lucy Cornell is designed to bring lawyers and leaders out from behind their written words and ask them to invest their energy, passion and belief into the act of speaking. While the intellectual rigour of an argument is key, the ability to connect and bring words to life and into the interpersonal relationship is essential to ensure trust and buy in from stakeholders and clients. Face to face spoken communications develop relationships that affect business outcomes and the bottom line.
CPD: Professional Skills CPD 1 unit/NZ 1 hour
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