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Lynda Stucky, M.A. CCC-Speech Pathology
President/Executive Speech and Voice Coach

Premium Author Lynda Stucky, M.A. CCC-Speech Pathology

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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Lynda Stucky is an expert at working with people who want to speak with clarity, credibility, and influence. President and owner of ClearlySpeaking, her background in speech pathology offers unique skills for consulting business professionals on communication skills including accent modification (regional and foreign), voice care, vocal dynamics, diction, grammar and how to speak concisely.


ARTICLES BY LYNDA STUCKY, M.A. CCC-SPEECH PATHOLOGY


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The English language is confusing especially for foreigners trying to live here in the United States. Even with high level English skills, the meaning of humor, idioms and expressions will be lost on ...
Be understood in the work place so that your message doesn't need to be repeated. These eight common sense tips are good reminders of how to communicate clearly and effectively.
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Six holiday gift ideas for your gameboard loving family member or friends. These games will build on language skills for anyone interested in being a better communicator!
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So, "um" you are "um" giving "um" a presentation. And "um" your nerves are "um" getting in the way. "um" The thought of being silent during your pauses scares you to death! In creeps this tiny two-let...
The devastating effects of becoming hoarse or losing your voice completely are too great for the busy executive. Learn strategies to prevent this from happening to you!
Have you ever asked someone a question but the person responding just can't get to the point even after 3-4 minutes? The response is broken into so many distracting, irrelevant details that you don't ...
Learning a foreign language can be a daunting task. But you have persevered and learned the grammar and pronunciation of American English perfectly. However, you are finding that people don't seem to ...
Our bodies send messages that speak volumes about us--what we are feeling and thinking at the time, how comfortable and professional we appear. Learn more about our body language and gestures and what...
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Speaking clearly in business settings is an essential skill for everyone. Some people don't like the way they sound and others have to repeat themselves frequently. Learn about ten different problems ...








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