Lisa Lockland-Bell knows a thing or two about effective communication. With more than 30 years performing as a flamboyant opera singer, a vocal coach, a keynote speaker and having survived two cancer diagnoses, Lisa is well equipped to take you on a personal journey to discover what it feels like to communicate with gravitas, build trust and deliver training that inspires and motivates.
In a world where technology plays such an integral part of our communications, Lisa sees that consumers and clients are desperate for human connection. “Professionals that have the control and confidence to speak in every situation are going to have the market advantage. In a time, which some are calling the Impact Era, those who can vocally communicate will stand out from the rest.”
Lisa’s journey and self-proclaimed obsession with the human voice started as a young child when she wanted to become an opera singer. When she was 22 years old, studying for her Graduate Diploma at the Qld Conservatorium, Lisa was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Disease. Lisa’s says that whilst this changed the trajectory of her life she still went on to marry, have children, and enjoy a successful career as an opera singer, recording artist and international performer. That was until she was diagnosed at with a second form of cancer at 34 years old; cancer of the cervix.
By the age of 40, Lisa had changed what she ate, where she lived, who she surrounded herself with, how she spoke and how she thought. This opened up a who new adventure for her; first vocal coaching following quickly by coaching executives who saw the benefits to her personal development and healing strategies. “The intersection of disease and professional training lead me to finding my true purpose: to help others release the unspoken words locked up in their heart ensuring they feel confident to speak their truth in all situations.”