Pr_01: PRESENCE Scientific presentation and individual performance: Make a lasting impression in science
For researchers from Life, Natural and Engineering Sciences | First presentation experience
Workshop in Person
Date: 06. - 08.03.2023
Time: 10.00 - 17.00 hrs with flexible schedule and breaks
Trainer: Kathrin Keune
Participants: max. 12 persons
Credit Point: acknowledged with 1 CP for the doctoral training programme of RUB RS Certificate
In this workshop, the focus lies on both storylining your content and working on your performance, delivery and effective messaging of scientific presentations. This workshop is particularly helpful for researchers who have first presentation experiences and would like to advance their individual presentation style.
This training is designed to improve the individual performance and the practice of giving convincing scientific presentations. On the first day, you will work on designing your storyline and the opening of your scientific talk. In small groups, you will give each other feedback, which is enhanced by the trainer. Body language will be explored through guidance by the trainer, feedback sharing and finally do's and dont's. The second and thrid day are practice days. You will explore voice techniques and several spontaneous presentations to apply and use body language and a good storyline in an efective way.
- Basic “hardware” - Storyline and Opening
- Body Language + Use of Voice
- Connection to the audience
- Dealing with nervousness
- Bringing content alive - giving a memorable impression
Kathrin Keune, consultant and performing artist, holds a Master’s degree in Expressive Arts Therapy, Coaching and Education and earned a B.A. in the performing arts. She worked in a San Diego based medical research laboratory throughout her 6 year stay in Southern California, USA. Kathrin offered trainings on scientific presentation and communication at different American and German universities.
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