This workshop has been designed to improve participants’ confidence and efficacy during presentations, meetings and in everyday verbal communication with internal and external stakeholders.
The workshop combines the delivery of information through an informal lecturing style with group discussion and experiential exercises.
On completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Finding your voice is delivered by award-winning actor and NIDA graduate Debra Lawrance. Ms Lawrance has starred in Home and Away and Please Like Me. She has been the recipient of the AACTA award for Best Performance in a Comedy (2015), and a TVWeek Logie award for Most Outstanding Supporting actress (2017). She has also performed in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at Melbourne's Princess Theatre.
"As a trained (and working) actor with a degree in Dramatic Art from the National Institute of Dramatic Art, I am uniquely placed, as practitioner, to understand the workings of the voice and how to use it effectively.", Ms Lawrance says,
"My teaching knowledge has evolved from all the clients I have coached over the past 14 years, and the resultant extra research I undertook as part of this process.
"Vocal training is essential for everyone - it is not just for actors. Everyone in the workplace is required to use their voice every day to communicate information to others who need it. The voice can create a negative or positive impression, so it’s vital to know how to use yours."
Date: Tuesday, 19 May 2020
Seminar: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Price: $750 (including GST)
Registrations close on Friday, 15 May 2020.
ANZSOG alumni receive a 15% discount*
*Every person that completes the Executive Masters of Public Administration, Executive Fellows Program, Towards Strategic Leadership or an international program becomes part of our alumni.