|Registration: Reaching your audience and performing with confidence - all|
Venue: FNO 01/171
This workshop addresses researchers in the humanities and social sciences who would like to present their research in a convincing but individual way and who would like to reach their audience when performing "live" on stage.
An academic trainer and actor will work with you on delivering scientific presentations that bring across the core message of your research clear, structured and explicit. You will work on your individual presentation style, develop strategies how to win over your audience and how to perform with confidence (also against "stage fright"). You are welcome to bring your own style of presenting - from free presentation to written text and work with this.
Constructive feedback from the trainer and the other participants will facilitate professional input and offer benchmarks to better assess the effect of your presentations.
On the first day you will define which presentation style would be appropriate, adequate and convincing for you and how to perform in different presentation settings (conference vs. colloquium). You will develop strategies to reduce the complexity of your research in a structured way with the aim to communicate the key results and findings of your research convincingly and effectively. You will get to know rhetorical techniques and stylistic devices that will help you to bring across your research in a clear and distinguished manner.
On the second and third day you will work on your non-verbal communication to support your performance in front of an audience. You will learn to take control of breathing and voice, facial expression, gestures and body language. At the end you will develop strategies to deal with difficult questions that might come up during the discussion.
In detail the workshop will focus on:
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