- Structure talks, presentations or media interview responses for maximum impact so that non-technical audience members receive and remember the intended message;
- Speak dynamically, with appropriate use of gesture, props, movement, expression and vocal skills to make technical processes, methods and results come alive; and
- Share the details in the right places to create “invisible visuals” – the pictures in the mind’s eye that stay with your audience or the reporter long after your talk or interview is over.
- Media interview skills
- Crisis or emergency response communications media training
- Public speaking and presenting skills
- Message development, to better structure talks, presentations and interviews
- Social media skills to advance messages and start conversations with interested public audiences
· Wrigley Global Innovation
· IBM Business Consulting Services
· U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate cybersecurity programs
· American Society of Nephrology
· INFORMS: The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences
· Universities including The Rockefeller University, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Binghamton, San Francisco State, Bucknell, UMBC and many more
To inquire about individual, small group, and large group workshops for scientists and experts in communications skills, or about inspiring talks about communicating science and making communications part of your research team's activities, email Denise Graveline at info[at]dontgetcaught[dot]biz.