An workshop to help early-career scientists and students build the skills they need to plan, design, and create a poster to share their research at academic and scientific conferences.
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If scientists and researchers want to share their messages with diverse audiences, social media can be a great place to start. My workshops range from short overviews and “101s” to longer workshops that cover everything from strategic planning to measurement.
Using story structures and narrative techniques can make your science and research more understandable, more accessible, and more memorable to non-experts and experts alike. I offer short interactive webinars and longer-form workshops to help scientists bring their research to life.
Using a framework that uses nature-based metaphors, this workshop is designed to help you recognise different communication styles, identify your own style, and find ways to work successfully with people who communicate in different ways to the way that you do.
A fun, participatory workshop to build an understanding of communication styles across cultures, and how to build skills and knowledge to to communicate and collaborate across cultural barriers.
What are you saying without saying a word? This workshop is designed to make you aware of what non-verbal skills communicate and how to become more aware of your non-verbal communication to improve your in-person communication.
Over the course of five online sessions, participants build an understanding of the social psychology of values and explore they can engage broader and deeper commitment to pro-social and pro-environmental attitudes and behaviours.