Speaking in Public (I'd Rather Be in Siberia)

Australia, 1990

Film

The first part of this program, presented by Mike Minehan, provides you with an overview of the skills you will need to become a successful presenter - preparation, posture, gesture, facial expression, eye contact, language, vocal skills and energy level. The second part of the program shows a highly skilled public speaker, Father Peter McGrath, giving a lecture to nursing students.

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production company

University of Technology, Sydney. Dept. of Production Services

producer/director

Mike Barnacoat

Duration

00:39:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1990

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