Sylvie is a Chinese - Canadian voice coach based in London, UK.
Her expertise is in vocal performance for effective communication and public speaking. She specialises in inclusivity & diversity and teaches with an intercultural and international perspective geared towards those working in international work spaces.
She is highly sought after for voice and communications workshops and private training on in the following areas:
Executive Voice & Confidence Coaching
Presentation Skills in the Boardroom
Personal Effectiveness in Communication
Speak & Lead with Authenticity
Impactful Pitching Skills
Advanced Interviewing Skills
Clarity, Resonance, Articulation in Vocal Delivery
Accent Softening & Vocal Technique
Sylvie works in London and internationally with global companies and privately with professionals across a varying spectrum of executive, senior & middle level management, entrepreneurs, barristers (QC), consultants, etc. from all sectors.
Some of her previous clients include:
Danske Bank, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan, RBS, HSBC, RBC Capital Investments, Bank of China, Linklaters, Loyens & Loeff, Goodwin Proctor, Amazon, Sony, NHS, among others.
Presently, Sylvie teaches privately to corporate clients, individuals and group workshops in the UK, Europe and Canada & is the principle Voice/Speech Coach at Shout at Cancer Charity (UK).
In the past, Sylvie has worked as a performer, taught in drama colleges in London and has voice coached several plays and theatrical performances in Oxford, UK. She also leads seminars and speaks at conferences in the UK and North America and has run private workshops for MBA candidates at the University of Oxford, Saïd School of Business.
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Masters of Fine Art in Voice Studies - Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, UK
Bachelor of Art in Speech Communication (Performance Studies, Public/Digital Media and Fine & Performing Arts Option) University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Area of Research:
Intercultural Communication - Identity, Diversity and Inclusivity; written dissertation on "How Our Cultures Affect Our Voices"