Caroline worked for many years as a voice teacher at the Central School of Speech and Drama, and has spent the last ten years developing a system to help her non-acting clients to perform with the same poise, presence and power in everyday life. RED magazine recently called Caroline one of Britain’s top coaches, and her client list is as diverse as her knowledge, from CEOs of major companies, TV news anchors and an array of people in between. Her passion is helping people from all walks of life sound, and feel their best.
Caroline is a regular conference speaker and has appeared as an expert on Radio 4’s Word of Mouth, BBC 2’s The Speaker, BBC4’s The Voice and BBC Breakfast. Her work has featured in Red, Hello, Oprah, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Times, the Financial Times and The Sunday Times. Caroline read English Literature at St John’s College, Oxford, and took her MA in Voice Studies at the Central School of Speech and Drama. She is a Master Practitioner of NLP and a professionally trained actor and teacher.
The Gravitas Method
Caroline is the Founder and Creator of The Gravitas Method, and author of revolutionary new book, GRAVITAS, in which she reveals how to speak so others will listen. Using simple techniques to build your natural gravitas, you will learn how to express yourself clearly with passion and confidence to persuade, influence and engage listeners. By being grounded in your values and capabilities, you will gain the authority needed to make people sit up and pay attention.
Each audio series is 20-30 minutes long. You can download each audio series separately, or download the bundle. Each audio series is in bite-size sections that you can listen to separately. Step by step you’ll learn how Gravitas works and how to achieve it. You can listen to the whole recording, or take it section by section.
“On behalf of the Weightmans Wednesday Committee, I’d like to say a huge thank you for taking the time to speak yesterday. We really appreciate all of the effort you made and for putting on such an engaging presentation. The feedback has been fantastic and you received a resounding set of ‘excellent’ scores for your presentation and the subject matter. I’ve also heard a number of people debating on whether they are a ‘Cat or Dog’ in the office this morning! Something that I believe will soon be a global concept! So thank you again. I am personally very inspired by the work you do and hope to work with you again in the future”.
“Just a quick note to say that I just got promoted to Director of Leisure! Part of the reason for it was because the area team were really impressed with me and my leadership and gravitas!! So thank you for the brilliant coaching… It has had a direct impact on my life (I still practice by the way)”.
“Thank you for delivering such a great event yesterday to our Pearls members, the feedback we have received so far has been excellent.”
Events and Membership Manager, An Inspirational Journey event in Westminster, for 250 senior women
Department for Transport
“Thank you so much for such a fun and interesting session today. We’ve had fantastic feedback from attendees!”
“We ran a short evaluation survey for those that attended the large session you facilitated. There were numerous comments about how useful people found it, together with comments about how they will now focus on their breathing, pausing, and being more cat/dog! In short, the results shows that 96% of delegates found the session useful, and 97% would like to see more of that type of session…these are absolutely brilliant results!!”
Deputy Director of HR and OD, Great Ormond Street Hospital
thanks @CarolineGoyder is the best in the business and you should watch her brilliant Ted Talk too – youtube.com/watch?v=a2MR5X…
“I am in a trade mission with UKTI and the mayor of London. I won the pitching competition in fintech – I have discovered the cat in me. I even had to do the pitch in front of the press, only podium was a bit high for me but did not deter me.
Thank you again – you were certainly instrumental in my development in public speaking”.