Presentation plus

Dauer: 1-2 Tage // Sprache: englisch
Themenfeld: Kommunikation & Präsentieren // Zielgruppe: DoktorandInnen, GruppenleiterInnen, J-Profs, Post-Docs

From competence to eloquence

„Alright, sure, but there’s more that meets the eye.“ The aim of this workshop help present complex research results in the field of academia, which is characterized by high demands and analytical competence. In a continuation of the Basic-Workshop, the second module offers participants the opportunity to sharpen their own style and, above all, their eloquence. In addition to the development of the narrative arc and a coherent delivery in front of the audience, the focus is on complete short presentations, which the participants develop, work on and present, with video-recording as a feedback tool.

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