Presenting your research with confidence
If you're a researcher then at some stage you are going to have to present your findings. It's tempting to get up and just read your paper, but to really speak to your audience you need to be able to communicate skillfully and with conviction. We've all been to dull presentations so it's worth your while spending a little time to learn how to do it properly.
This workshop will provide a clear step-by-step structure that you can use again and again to give high-quality presentations. It will cover:
- How to make your message relevant to your audience
- How to structure and link parts of your talk
- Preparing materials, notes, handouts, powerpoint
- How to handle questions
- Dealing with nervousness
For more information visit the Thinkwell website.
Participation in this workshop may be counted in the Elective Component of RD7003 for PhD candidates.
Presented by Thinkwell's Hugh Kearns or Maria Gardiner
** Dates to be confirmed for 2020 **