Theresa Iglich has over 30 years’ experience in corporate training, with a specialist focus on voice and speech, English pronunciation, public speaking, presentation skills and confidence building. She has worked both in Johannesburg and in Cape Town and her training has reached numerous professionals, business people and individuals.
She joined Confident Communicator in 2014, bringing with her invaluable experience and knowledge and has become a part of the family. She is a seasoned professional who achieves phenomenal results from our clients with lasting effects.
Theresa attained her Performers Diploma in Speech and Drama from the University of Cape Town in 1978 and her A.T.C.L. (Associate of the Trinity College of London) teaching diploma in 1995.
She has worked predominantly with corporate clients over the years. However, about 10 years into her training career, she created and presented courses in confidence building and interview skills for young offenders and disadvantaged communities (for approximately 5 years). This gave her insight into the most complex of human beings and situations and through this experience she developed some remarkable confidence building techniques.
Prior to her work as a communication skills facilitator, she worked in a film production house as a casting and production assistant and conducted in-house vocal coaching. In the early 1990s, she travelled and studied acting and accent training in New York and Europe.
In addition to her work as a communication skills facilitator, she is an accomplished voice-over artist and actress and has done a vast array of voice and acting work which includes voice overs, news reading, dubbing, television series, films and stage performances.
Theresa has a passion for developing people, building their skills and confidence and equipping her clients with the ability to speak with confidence and to deal with the pressure of public speaking. She believes strongly in the human spirit and its ability to transcend perceived limitations. One of her many catch phrases is: “People are like diamonds – forged under pressure and multi-faceted!”