How Vocal Analytics Help Speakers Improve their Performance

What are vocal analytics?

A large part of our communication analytics offering is related to making sure your content is best-in-class. However, there’s another component to our work, and that’s making sure your spoken delivery does that content justice. Our vocal analytics offer a data-driven measurement of your vocal techniques (volume, pitch, variation, etc.) as well as your nonverbal techniques (posture, presence, poise, etc.). This allows you to objectively identify your strengths and areas of opportunity, and create a custom improvement plan based on your own abilities.

Even better, because vocal analytics are data-driven, rather than subjective, you can use them to track your performance and progress over time.

Why should I use vocal analytics?

Our audience research shows that, in spoken communications, a full 2/3 of a presentation’s effectiveness comes from delivery, not content. This means, for any executive who truly wishes to become a best-in-class communicator, coaching of some kind is paramount to success. However, public speech coaching backed by vocal analytics offers leaders the certainty of objective data combined with human communication expertise, and the ability to quantify improvement.

What kinds of presentations can vocal analytics help improve?

From executive keynotes, to media engagements, to financial presentations, vocal analytics can help executives become best-in-class speakers in both scripted and unscripted situations.  The wide range of measurable communications traits allow you to customize your evaluations to ensure you’re communicating in the way that resonates best with each unique audience.

Read more on vocal analytics, and on how public speaking coaches use this kind of data, from Quantified Communications.

To find out how Quantified Communications can use vocal analysis to help your company’s leaders become best-in-class speakers, improve your organization’s communication strategy, email us at