Lectures and seminars How to present your research in a global setting online or face-to-face: Upgrade your panel performance!
Panels, debates, oral- and poster presentations are all important parts of any scientific conference. Join this workshop to improve your presentation skills and make sure your voice will be heard. You will also learn how to lead and chair a session professionally. Learn the skills for a face-to-face setting as well as a digital format.
The workshop will be facilitated by Maxine Mawhinney with over 30 years of experience as a broadcasting journalist and BBC News Anchor. Maxine will guide you and put you to work immediately, enhancing your performance to get your information heard and understood.
You will during the workshop get both the perspectives of chairing a panel/debate/session and getting the most of the panellists, as well as how to participate in a panel/debate/discussion and getting your message ahead.
The workshop is suitable for researchers, conference/session chairs and educators that wants to use panels/debates in learning situations.
Maxine Mawhinney is one of the most experienced journalists, broadcasters and interviewers in the UK with an award-winning career covering some of the major global news stories of the last 40 years including the Clinton presidency and the death of Princess Diana. She spent 21 years as a senior news anchor at BBC TV News in London and founded the BBC College of Journalism.
She is a Senior Faculty member at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm where she lectures in the Communications programme. Maxine is a sought-after international keynote speaker, conference host, interviewer, broadcaster and panel moderator.
This workshop is part 1 of 2 with Maxine Mawhinney. The second one is held Nov 9 and focuses on how you can get the most of an interview.
The workshops will not be recorded and are single offers.