Courses provided by Vox Institute Speech CommunicationPower of VoiceSpeaking to ConvinceMy voice on airVocal Skills - trainersPresentation skillsVocal & Nonverbal BehaviourVoice and (non)verbal behaviourEmotion Psychology and Social IntelligenceEmotional Intelligence at WorkUse your emotionsEmotional Intelligence in teachingOptimise motivation at workWriting to ConvinceLanguage and Speech (English and French)Good English AccentUnderstand spoken FrenchEnglish & French to measureReducing stutteringTeacher trainingHi-tech methods for teachingScientific assessment of vocal and nonverbal behaviourVox Performance®Non-verbal Impact ® Writing to Convince (structuring facts and arguments)Objectives To put forward ideas on professinal subjects in a clear and convincing way To organise ideas into logically coherent structures. To assure good level of readability. Content The pyramid principle: classification and ordering of facts (time order, structural order, ranking order). Building a pyramid structure: the top-down and the bottom-up procedure. Designing the introductory paragraph The body of the presentation: two proof giving techniques and five argumentation techniques Designing a graphic format. Method Psycholinguistic principles in the elaboration of written documents are applied.