Online Seminar : "Self-presentation and networking".
Target Audience: Researchers and students. Faculty and administration members are also welcome.
Session format: Online seminar.
Facilitator: Peter Kronenberg, the instructor of NaturalScience.Careers.
Do you find yourself at conferences drinking coffee alone? Do you seem to miss every chance to network? Or do you have the feeling you can’t keep the conversation going or can’t even get it started in the first place? No matter if you answer one of these questions with a clear “yes” or you simply have the feeling that you could improve your self-presentation skills, then this workshop might be just right one for you. From the first impression you leave, the conversations that follow, to a friendly follow-up — all of this will be covered in this course.
In this course you will:
- Improve your overall self-presentation and networking skills.
- Learn how to navigate small-talk in challenging situations.
- Get tips and tricks for expanding and maintaining a network strategically.
- Take first steps on designing a personal pitch/self-introduction for conferences, job interviews, trade- or career fairs.
About making notes during the course:
All participants receive a script of the course in PDF format for offline and future use so that they can work through the material offline as well as after the course.
Registration is required. Spaces are limited to 20 participants.
The priority will be given to Researchers and Students who has been attending previous professional development workshops.
Registration Deadline: February 19th 2021.
To register CLICK HERE.
About the speaker:
Peter Kronenberg joined the team of NaturalScience.Careers in 2017 to lead a project on innovative conference designs. It did not take long before his role expanded to give seminars and talks for scientists, including the topics self-presentation, networking, time- and career management and social/professional media usage.
Peter’s background is in the humanities and social sciences, having obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences and a Master’s in Sustainable Business Studies.