Explaining the VoicePrint Model:
VoicePrint is designed to be complementary and to add value to other profiling tools
So what is VoicePrint and what makes it different & additive?
Awareness of current tendency is the beginning of the developmental process
How to jointly explore & ‘read’ VoicePrint self-perception profiles
The process is taught with reference throughout to real, anonymised cases
- ‘Triangles’: the implications of a repertoire: intentions and impacts
- ‘Tracks’: regulars, occasionals and tacit strategies
- ‘Expression’: the Inner Voice and the Bigger Conversation
- ‘Pressure Profile’: inhibition, energy and in-the-moment awareness
Diagnosis is only the first step. VoicePrint is designed to develop competence in practice.
Introducing VoicePrint’s development resources:
- What does each voice sound like:
- Tips for strengthening or de-emphasising specific voices
The best way to become adept with using VoicePrint is to accumulate experience using it.
Learning through first-hand experience.
- Facilitating the exploration of another person’s VoicePrint profile
- Setting up to practice on your volunteers before day 2
Questions & Answers
The purpose of Module 1 is to give you sufficient know-how and confidence to get started.
This session is your opportunity to ensure that you have that.
Take-Aways to consolidate & extend the learning from Module 1:
- From Portraits to Movies paper: using VoicePrint for a more dynamic view of personality
- Practical tips on how to strengthen or de-emphasise specific voices
- Coaching Case Study examples
- Our recommended template for capturing your reflections on your own practice cases
Before proceeding to Module 2, we recommend that you
- Arrange for your two volunteers to complete their VoicePrint self-perception profiles
- Complete your exploration of results with at least one, if not both, of your volunteers
- Articulate questions & reflections from that experience in relation to your own practice