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Cynthia Zhai CSP
Cynthia is a Professional Speaker (CSP), Best-Selling Author, TEDx speaker and Voice Coach.
Cynthia has been a professional speaker and coach for the past 18 years and her engagement spans 5 continents in 18 countries and regions such as USA, Finland, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Argentina, Egypt, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau, mainland China, India, Brunei, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and The Philippines.
Cynthia has appeared in Singapore Radio Program 938Live 4 times, Hong Kong Radio 3, and Malaysia Business Radio Station BFM as a guest expert. She's a regular guest on podcast shows around the world, appeared on more than 20 podcasts.
Cynthia has spoken to more than 20,000 audience members across industries, from the world’s top MNCs as K & L Gates Washington D.C., Stanford University, Sofia University, Mercer, Google, HSBC, Procter & Gamble, to Government bodies as British High Commission Singapore, Immigration & Checkpoints Authority, Singapore Air Force etc..
As a voice coach, Cynthia has helped clients from 46 countries across 6 continents with their voices to speak with impact and conviction, engages and inspires people to embrace change and take action.
Stop Looking and Start Leading
Published on 07/09/2021 under Communication /Voice, Leadership, Motivation
In the time of crisis, most people are lost, confused and panicking. They look around for people who can give them certainty, assurance and hope. If you are one of the most people, it’s time for you to wake up, step up and serve up. ? Wake Up When we are faced with something unfamiliar and […]
Do Deeper Voices Win?
Published on 07/19/2016 under Leadership, Peak Performance, Personal Development,
It’s not a question any more. Everyone knows deeper voices get advanced faster in career, more votes in political campaigns and more sales in business. Researches after researches have shown that people tend to relate a deep voice with higher competence, more credibility and stronger leadership-capability. A team of researchers from Duke University and the University […]