Analysis Of Public Speaking Resources And Alternative Improvement Strategies Among Academic Leaders With Public Speaking Woes

Authors

  • Masnona L. Sabdani-Asiri
  • Jason V. Chavez
  • Kaiser Isham Sabdani Savellon, DPA

Abstract

This qualitative study was carried out among academic leaders with Public Speaking Woes. Resources for examination of public speaking and other techniques for improvement were looked into. Twenty people are involved in the study: academic leaders from the Department of Education (DepEd) with designation, as well as higher education teachers with designation and subordinates. The study's objective is to identify practical resources and techniques that academic leaders can employ to overcome their fear of public speaking. The study examines both traditional public speaking resources and unconventional methods of improvement. The study's findings contribute to our understanding of practical resources and alternative strategies academic leaders can employ to hone their public speaking skills. By using these resources and strategies, academic leaders can enhance their self-assurance, communication abilities, and overall effectiveness when giving public speeches.

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Published

2024-02-17

How to Cite

Sabdani-Asiri, M. L. ., Chavez, J. V. ., & DPA, K. I. S. S. . (2024). Analysis Of Public Speaking Resources And Alternative Improvement Strategies Among Academic Leaders With Public Speaking Woes. Migration Letters, 21(S6), 817–831. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/8005

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