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Conference Coaching

Conference Coaching

Do you want to win a prize at this year’s GGL Annual Conference? 

This is how you can improve your chances: 

Our workshop “CONFERENCE COACHING” by Dr. Stefanie Rummel gives you the chance to practice the role you choose, whether it is to present a poster, give a talk or be a chairperson. Three elective training blocks will help you to improve your conference skills. You can register for workshops as you need them or all three courses. Before the GGL Annual Conference, you will have an obligatory dress rehearsal session to fine-tune final details.

These training sessions will help you learn to present clear, structured presentations in a more self-confident way. Before-and-after comparisons allow you to see your progress. Working towards a real goal like the GGL Annual Conference will give you the chance to put your newly acquired skills to into practice right away.

Fr. Dr. Rummel

Presenting posters successfully

28. – 29.08.2014, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Venue: To be announced!

Content:

  • How do I typically present?
  • What am I afraid of? - Growing through feedback and practice!
  • How do I use my voice?
  • How do I use my body language?
  • Do I send clear messages?
  • How do I structure my presentation?
  • How do I clearly visualize what I want to present?
  • How do I present posters efficiently and effectively?
  • Learning through video recordings.
  • How am I perceived? What do I wear?
  • Questions and answer sessions – individual feedback

 

Point out powerfully with PowerPoint

01. – 02.09.2014, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Venue: To be announced!

 Content:

  • How do I present typically?
  • What am I afraid of? - Growing through feedback and practice!
  • How do I use my voice and the microphone?
  • How do I use my body language?
  • Do I send clear messages?
  • How do I structure my PowerPoint presentation?
  • How do I visualize what I want to present clearly?
  • How do I convince the audience actively through PowerPoint?
  • How do I deal with technical problems?
  • Learning through video recordings!
  • How am I perceived? What do I wear?
  • Dealing with questions and answer sessions – individual feedback

 

How to chair your session professionally

12.09.2014, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Venue: To be announced!

Content:

    • How can I be a good chairperson!
    • How do I present typically?
    • The dos and don’ts of a chairperson!
    • How do I use my voice and a microphone?
    • How do I use my body language?
    • Do I send clear messages?
    • How do I deal with the speakers!
    • How do I interact with the audience?
    • Learning through video recordings
    • How am I perceived? What do I wear?Dealing with questions and answer sessions – individual feedback

 

Dress rehearsal in the lecture hall: Presenting posters, PowerPoint & being a chairmen

15.09.2014, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Venue: Physics Lecture Hall

Content:

    • How do I communicate successfully in huge halls?
    • How do I communicate when I present a PowerPoint presentation?
    • Handling professionally technique microphone, light, sound, noise
    • Present your whole finished presentation in the real location.
    • Get and give verbal feedback and receive video recording.
    • Practice again the question and answer session.

 Presentations at the Conference

Receive & give personal & video feedback

17. – 18.09.2014

Venue: Physics Lecture Hall

Content:

    • The trainer observes and videotapes the participant’s presentations in the conference hall.
    • You will be split in groups to video record each other during the poster presentation session.
    • Seats are reserved for the coaching groups. Sitting together, watching, learning and exchanging what we see, will help a lot to improve your presentation skills. We learn most by recognizing mistakes and good approached in a real situation.
    • Self-assessment sheets should be filled out by the participants during the conference to learn and to exchange more.
    • There will be reflection and feedback rounds at lunch and in the breaks.
    • Ask for oral or written feedback
    • Videos are given to you onto your USB stick.

If you have more questions or require more information, please contact Ms. Suanne Bauer.