Best practices for panel moderation
Dauer: 1 Tag // Sprache: englisch
Themenfeld: Kommunikation & Präsentieren // Zielgruppe: DoktorandInnen, GruppenleiterInnen, Post-Docs
„All eyes are on me, the speaker, expecting me to keep the ball rolling.”
The leadership and moderation of a panel discussion is one of the requirements of an academic career. Even scientists, who are practiced in the presentation of their research in front of an audience, experience the unique skills required in such a role as difficult. Through practical exercises, the workshop develops panel preparation, necessary formal language and non-verbal strategies, in order to step in to the role with self-assurance and gain the trust of a panel and audience.
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