|Self-Marketing and Networking in Science|
07th – 08th November 2023, 09:00 am – 02:00 pm
|Academic Staff of all faculties|
max. 12 participants
This seminar focusses on self-marketing strategies and professional performance in scientific settings such as international conferences or meetings with peers, other researchers and also online events. It aims at improving your individual performance by successfully communicating and discussing your research and expertise in different scientific contexts, online and in person.
First, you evaluate your professional skills and strategies so that a confident performance at conferences and meetings is backed-up with concrete achievements. Lessons learned from different steps in your career will be assessed and articulated. With the tool of the elevator pitch you learn how to engage other people in a meaningful presentation of your own work, how to make them trust in your research expertise and ideas and how to discuss your research with confidence. We will develop and put into practice your elevator pitch. Moreover, you identify a convincing and authentic style to increase your visibility in the science community, for example in more unstructured settings like meetings, poster sessions or conference dinners as well as structured settings like interviews and talks. The focus will be here both, on online and in person meetings.
Lastly, your physical appearance concerning body language and vocal expression are being developed to round up your professional and convincing self-presentation.
The workshop focusses on evaluating and testing your skills in order to develop your individual style by providing necessary theoretical input, group work, active discussion and artsbased exercises. Thus, learning experiences are generated by engaging in problem-solving activities.This workshop is made possible online.
|Trainer´s Background|| |
Kathrin Keune holds a Master’s degree in “Expressive Arts Therapy, Coaching and Education” and a B.A. in psychology. During her 6-year stay in California, she held a position as lab manager in the neuroscience lab of Dr. Barbara Ranscht at the Burnham Institute. Kathrin has been working as a business coach and consultant for over a decade and is still a performing classical singer.
2 weeks before the start of the event.
On the day of the registration deadline we decide on the basis of the registrations whether an event can take place or not. Therefore, please register promptly if you are interested! The more registrations we receive, the more certain we can hold the event. Of course, you can still register after the registration deadline if there are still places available.