The Executive Writer
The Executive Writer shows how to use writing as a leadership tool. It analyzes the pressures of corporate life. It shows how to speak for your facts and your convictions with the authority and the coherence that your position requires. It provides tips on how to develop your staff by showing them how to do what you do: communicate clearly.
Voicework examines traditional perceptions of women’s and men’s voices and shows how those perceptions shape every speaker to the present day. Voicework reveals how a “masculine” style of speaking remains the ideal, even if women are the speakers.
Where does this quandary leave public speakers, male and female alike? Edith Poor argues in Voicework that only by expanding our perceptions of what the human voice can convey and by learning to listen to the voice in new, more open-minded ways–will we reach a higher level of communication.