You train your presentation and stage performance during seminars and receive a bunch of qualified feedback. This training is not off the shelf, but customized for the needs of consultants and scientists. The seminars are ideal for groups of 4-12 participants. I will come to your place!

Communicate your Research

Are you preparing your Conference Speech, PowerPoint or Poster presentation for a conference or colloquium? Or are you presenting your next lecture or seminar moderation in the near future?

We will take up aspects such as:

  • Style and jargon: Do you talk to experts or to a diverse audience?
  • Science story: Research triggers positive emotions
  • How you can gain new insights for your project during discussions

This seminar is ideal for you if you are keen to deliver stimulating, captivating lectures and presentations, and if you want to be recognized as an expert in your research subject.

„Science Pitch“ – How to present my project to the point

The “Elevator Pitch” is a technique to get to the point within a few seconds. It is usually applied during project presentations and job interviews. The “Science Pitch” is especially adapted to scientists. In the seminar we will be able to respond to questions such as:

  • Why is my project worth being funded?
  • How do I distinguish myself as an individual and as a scientist?
  • Between attention and call-to-action: How can I gain and keep up interest?

Based on a number of practical and easily applicable exercises we will develop and apply your Science Pitches. You will be able to easily socialize with new people to enlarge your network, or to highlight your expertise in an intelligent and target-oriented way and to raise third-party funds.

Presenting to international audiences

As a scientist or consultant, you will most likely present your project results to international audiences with diverse cultural backgrounds. In this seminar we highlight key communication aspects from an intercultural perspective:

  • Presentation and Discussion: Common characteristics and differences
  • Body language: Interpretation of facial expressions and gestures
  • Communication in individual 1:1 conversations

Learn more about specific characteristics of intercultural communication – from the art of smalltalk to your individual presentation right up to intercultural networking.

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