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Anne Doyle launches her book Powering Up! for women leaders

February 24, 2011 in Authors, Business, Events, International, Interviews, Journalists, Media, Politics, Press by admin  |  No Comments

Anne Doyle, communications, media and leadership coach, consultant and speaker, launches her extraordinary new book, Powering Up! How America’s Women Achievers Become Leaders, on March 3rd at Inforum, Michigan’s largest organization for professional women, coinciding with the 100th  anniversary of International Women’s Day (March 8th).

Listen to Anne tell her story about building her new book and her own brilliant career in journalism, corporate management, and public service. Share it on your blog or Facebook page.

Powering Up! is an inspiring field guide to leadership for three generations of ascending women:  Interlopers, Insiders and Innovators.  With chapters as intriguing as “Size Matters,” “Drink at Dangerous Waters,” “Break the Rules” and “Womaninity,” author Anne Doyle spells out the 7 Practices that America’s ambitious, accomplished women must master next in order to tackle their next frontier:  leadership. Read more

Hear interviewer best practices from a pro

February 10, 2011 in Business, Education, Interviews, Journalists, Media, Press by admin  |  No Comments

Orlando Montoya, radio producer and the “voice of the coast” at Georgia Public Broadcasting, shared his professional interviewing techniques and entertaining insider stories with fans in downtown Savannah at the Evoca-sponsored event at ThincSavannah coworking environment. Listen in:

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Record language interpretation using Skype and phones

February 10, 2011 in "How-To" posts, Business, Conferences, Education, International, Language by admin  |  No Comments

Language interpreters can record business and practice sessions using Evoca’s convenient voice recording service.  Recording a session is as easy as conducting a conference call by phone or Skype, which is especially convenient for international teams. When the recording session is completed, the host can email the recording to the appropriate recipients, keep it private in an Evoca account, or share it online.

These are the typical roles in a spoken word interpretation session:

  • Interpreter
  • Speaker – Interpreter actively listens to this speaker of the source language
  • Listener – Interpreter conveys the speaker’s spoken words into the target language of the Listener
  • Optional: an instructor or evaluator can listen in

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