“Perfect Pitch was born as a program for women to intentionally meditate upon the factors in their lives which keep them in a sticky web of fear about owning their voices… It is luminescence by which to clear the cobwebs.”
Perfect Pitch was enjoyed once again in beautiful Hobart on 8th/9th October.
The light and lofty Avalon City Retreat, ‘The Pod’, hosted a gorgeous crowd of women sharing story-telling and support…
… even song
… from our own talented Mariam Seeney.
Perfect Pitch is an innovative and intensive professional development workshop for women who wish to transform their effective communication when speaking to groups. It is delivered by Rosie Martin of Speech Pathology Tasmania and Natasha Cica of Kapacity.org.
Perfect Pitch breaks down anxiety, builds confidence and enhances poise.
Places are limited to 16 participants per workshop.
Who should attend? Women from any background or sector, who are motivated to improve their professional impact through better presentation.
Read about the spacious potency of Perfect Pitch to bring positive change.
I am thrilled to see my friend and colleague, Natasha Cica, honoured in this way. And to read Helen’s words of the insights and richness which Perfect Pitch brings. Wonderful, generous writing Helen Haywood! Thank you.
Perfect Pitch is co-created and jointly facilitated by Rosalie Martin and Natasha Cica.
Rosalie is a speech pathologist, criminologist and Courage & Renewal facilitator. She is passionate about working with people – adults and children – to improve and perfect their communication skills. Rosalie was awarded 2017 Tasmanian Australian of the Year for her pro bono work supporting literacy in Tasmania’s prison population. She has had extensive experience as a presenter, facilitator and clinician.
Natasha is a lawyer, leadership expert and executive adviser who founded Kapacity.org, which works globally to support individuals, leadership teams and organisations deliver effective and sustainable change. She was recognised in 2013 by The Australian Financial Review and Westpac banking group as one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence, in the category of innovation, and was an inaugural Sidney Myer Creative Fellow. Natasha has extensive experience as a professional communicator across corporate, public sector, community and educational sectors in Australia, Europe, the Western Balkans and beyond.