Edith Poor’s "Voicework" is a catalyst to help women locate their own voices, then understand what their “leadership voice” can be. Throughout history, public speaking has been dominated by men. A strong bias against the female voice has become widespread. In "Voicework," Edith Poor -- a nationally celebrated public speaking consultant -- offers women profound insights to address this dilemma. More

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About Edith Poor

Edith Poor helps business leaders think, write, and speak more clearly. She has over twenty years’ experience helping executives master the printed and spoken word. Her clients include leaders in consulting, higher education, financial services, computer technology, telecommunications, and health care. In addition to working as a consultant, Edith Poor is the author of The Executive Writer: A Guide to Managing Words, Ideas, and People (Grove Weidenfeld, 1992; Montemayor Press, 2008), a book on the links between good writing and leadership.

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