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How to be Confident in Front of a Crowd

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 2nd November 2017

Part 3. Practical suggestions Confidence in front of a crowd doesn’t come easily to most of us – in fact the fear of public speaking (glossophobia) still tops the list of most common phobias in the world. The good news … Continue reading

How to be Confident in Front of a Crowd (Part 2)

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 27th October 2017

Part 2: Cultivating awareness When you see a professional singer like MIO teacher Eleanor Rastall singing her heart out on stage you’d be forgiven for thinking that performance nerves are the last thing on her mind. But what is happening … Continue reading

How to be Confident in Front of a Crowd (Part 1)

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 20th October 2017

Part 1. Resilience in Practice Singing or playing an instrument for one’s own pleasure is a wonderful thing in any context, but performing before an audience brings a whole new dimension to the experience. That’s why here at MIO, we … Continue reading

The Benefits of Music in the Workplace: 4. Leadership

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 17th May 2017

So far in this series I’ve looked at various ways in which music in the workplace can benefit a work environment by opening the door for improved communication, team-building and well-being. In this final week I’ll explore the benefits for individuals … Continue reading

The Benefits of Music in the Workplace: 3. Wellbeing

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 10th May 2017

Over the past few weeks I’ve been looking at the specific benefits that come from using music as a tool in the workplace and I’ve explored how we’ve seen deep and lasting improvements in both Communication and Team-building in some … Continue reading