Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Looking for video of a good government communicator

Reader Claire Duffy, a presentation and speaking coach based in Sydney, is looking for a few good government communicators--on video. Can we help?  Here's what she posted on The Eloquent Woman on Facebook:
Help! I'm looking for a You Tube example of someone who makes regulations, rules, laws etc. sound interesting to the people who need to know about them. It's to use in a workshop for government officials (especially in human services) who want to improve their relations with their clients. So far... I have searched fruitlessly...anyone got any suggestions?
I know from my time as a senior official at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that this can seem like a tall order--and yet, I have great confidence that we can help Claire.  The last time a speaker coach asked for help of this type (specifically, for outstanding women speakers of today, rather than those from history), we wound up with many examples for all to share.

Please share links below or on the Facebook page with videos you think are good examples--and tell us why. Thanks for helping Claire!

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