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NSW Young Lawyers enhance their presentation skills with NIDA Corporate

This year, NIDA Corporate has partnered with The Law Society of New South Wales, to provide their young lawyers with an opportunity to learn practical techniques to enhance their leadership style, present with confidence, and improve professional communication style in a variety of contexts. Designed exclusively for NSW Young Lawyers, the four-part masterclass series kicked … Read More

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Engaging an Audience

Making a presentation is essentially having a conversation with your audience. Think about presenters who have engaged and held your attention. Do you feel that they are actually talking to you? Does the presentation feel personal? Does the presenter seem natural and easy? Does it feel that that the presentation is happening for the first … Read More

NIDA Women – Lyn Lee

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we sat down with NIDA Corporate Course Manager & Training Consultant and 1965 Acting graduate, Lyn Lee, to discuss what the day means to her and how she is helping our students find their artistic voice. You can view more NIDA Women interviews here. Transcript Lyn Lee: Some … Read More

From filmmaker to all-round director (Part 1)

By Sarah Hadley, Master of Fine Arts (Directing) student at NIDA As a filmmaker, coming to NIDA with next to no experience in stage is a daunting exercise. In my first week, I outed myself in a tutorial. Attempting to get in on the dialogue between my peers, I confidently made the claim that the … Read More

NIDA Women – Dr Suzanne Osmond

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we sat down with NIDA Graduate Course Convenor, Dr Suzanne Osmond, to discuss what the day means to her and how she is helping our students find their artistic voice. What does International Women’s Day mean to you?  I grew up in a large NSW country town … Read More

5 Tips To Create Your Own Web-Series

By Dr Ben Crisp ‘The audience has spoken: They want stories. They’re dying for them. And they will talk about it, binge on it, carry it with them on the bus and to the hairdresser, force it on their friends, tweet, blog, Facebook… and God knows what else. All we have to do is give … Read More

NIDA Women – Bryte Cameron

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we sat down with NIDA Assistant Technical Manager, Bryte Cameron, to discuss what the day means to her and how she is helping our students find their artistic voice. You can view more NIDA Women interviews here.   Transcript Bryte Cameron: Being, being a woman in my field … Read More

NIDA Women – Gillian Lemon

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we sat down with NIDA Open Senior Program Manager, Gillian Lemon, to discuss what the day means to her and how she is helping NIDA students find their artistic voice. Hometown: Belfast, Northern Ireland Hobbies: Travelling, eating great food, going to the theatre or cinema, hanging out … Read More

NIDA Women – Sue Field

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we sat down with a few NIDA Women to discuss what the day means to them and how they are helping NIDA students find their artistic voice. Our first interviewee is Design Lecturer, Sue Field.   Transcript Sue Field: “This is my philosophy, I really do think … Read More

Taking #NewYearNewYou to the next level

A new year is underway and a fresh level of ambition is coursing through our veins. With goals to focus on in our work and personal lives, it’s worth giving some thought to how we can maximise our connections to get where we want to go in 2017. Who do you want to influence this … Read More