Applied Improvisation for Scientists - Free trial
April 30, 2018
Communication is of great importance for science. To explain what you do and why it is important is an essential part of your work. But why is it often very difficult to present an interesting and informative story about your research? Even when you are the expert in your own work.
The unique training method that offers a solution for this, is called 'Applied Improvisation'. This method helps you as a scientist to fundamentally improve your presentations. Hereby, we would like to invite you to participate in a special session to introduce you to this method. Completely free of charge.
For years now, the method is successfully being applied by the actor Alan Alda, known for the 'MASH' television series. His Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University has trained more than 8,000 scientists with fantastic results.
The uniqueness of the method is that it transforms your communicating skills, instead of just learning tips and tricks. You will be able to focus more on your audience and tell a story more clearly. And you will permanently speak with more confidence.
The special introduction session takes place at the Biotech Training Facility (Sylviusweg 70, 2333 BE Leiden) on Wednesday 13 June, from 16:00 to 19:00. Get acquainted with this method and register now. But be quick, because the number of available places is limited.