Why Consider Speech Training?

Are there professionals within your organization who are being under-utilized because of a strong accent or other communication factor? Are there key people who are being passed over because they are difficult to understand? Growing a business, reducing costs, managing people, reducing turnover—all require effective communication. Your company will be in a better position to meet future challenges when the employees within the company are developed into new and better positions.


For the Individual

Communication skills play a crucial role in the success of an individual or business. Business people, physicians, managers, teachers, and many other positions depend upon effective communication of ideas, a strong voice, and clearly articulated speech. Speech training services can help you improve these skills and increase your confidence, whether it involves speaking to co-workers, clients, patients, students, supervisors, or employees.


The individual's whole experience is built upon the plan of his language.
Henri Delacroix

I would recommend Judy to anyone without the slightest hint of hesitation. She is strongly committed to her work and spares no effort in encouraging and inspiring her students to perform better. In the future, whenever I feel I'm losing what I had learned from her, I would, again without hesitation, schedule refresher sessions with her. I always felt she was going out of her way to make sure I got the most out of the speech sessions.

On several occasions when I couldn't make it to a session, she offered to come to my office.
Masimba T., U.N.





        Speech Training is for you if you want to:

  • speak using the sounds of American English clearly and accurately

  • increase the clarity of your speech and reduce misunderstandings

  • improve the language you use in social situations

  • talk more clearly on the telephone

  • make effective presentations with confidence

  • gain awareness of body language or improve understanding of cultural differences and styles

Define what your brand stands for, its core values and tone of voice, and then communicate consistently in those terms.

-Simon Mainwaring