Ubiquitous technology has produced a communication dilemma that confounds the world's ability for culture to culture understanding. Finding answers to specific questions and problems to this dilemma often seems insurmountable. One whole area is with the technologists themselves, particularly concerning technical presentation. Management is increasingly calling for specialists who can stand before the layman, their peers, their management, and their subordinates, and efficiently, with minimal misunderstanding by the audience, communicate technical information. There is no indication that the demand for excellent communication skills by specialists will diminish. Individuals will continue to find difficulty advancing through, for example, the corporate ranks without possessing communication skills that are not only informative, but engaging as well. Tutoring these specialists with basic theatre delivery techniques may significantly improve a deadpan delivery to one that is, if not eloquent, certainly more engaging.
|Keywords:||Communication Dysphoria, Vocal Expressiveness, Monotone, Stage Fright, Presentation Animation, Topophobia, Engineers, Scientists|
Professor, Theatre, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, USA
Senior Staff Statistician, Serviceability Engineering and Support Readiness, Global Customer Service, Sun Microsystems, Broomfield, Colorado, USA
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