SPEECH PATHOLOGY F.A.Q
What does a Corporate Speech Pathologist do?
Corporate Speech Pathologist addresses the specific needs
of those with a variety of types of communication difficulties
in the arenas of business, public office, or any professions
that involve speaking in front of others, as in conference
calls, executive meetings, and presentations.
What types of services can a Corporate Speech Pathologist
specific public speaking fears
and dialect reduction
in presentation creation and preparation
polish presentation skills
correct and prevent miscommunications with supervisors,
in multicultural issues and considerations in relating both
verbally and non-verbally
social communication skills in the business world
What qualifications are needed for a Corporate
Corporate Speech Pathologist is very different in training
from a communications professional. The SLP has considerable
training in the anatomy, physiology, and psychology of
the entire system necessary to effective communication
and to the variety of issues, difficulties or disorders
which impede this. A Corporate Speech Pathologist is required
to have an in-field Masters Degree and,
after one year of internship, to have passed an exam for
the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC).
What else can be provided?
group presentations related to the above areas
the voice healthy presentation - its vital to
your job; insure it or care for it!
the top down - what can go wrong in the chain of communication
in leadership and speaking
self-assessments that can provide the company/corporation
with information about self-perceived needs or those perceived
by others about an individual. Many persons are aware of
their difficulties but fear sharing them or admitting to
them to supervisors or staff. We have learned that very,
very often they can be those who have the most to offer
supply you with the self-assessments and analyze the responses,
rank/order needs relative to area of need (i.e., fear
of public speaking, accent, voice aesthetics, stuttering,
etc.), and much more.
Where can I learn more about corporate speech pathology?
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