Presentation and Interview Skills For research students and research staff
Are you keen to feel more confident when standing up in front of others, or at an interview? All of us know that the way a story is told makes all the difference. We either engage with the person and their topic, or our mind wanders. Researchers typically have many excellent insights, yet their presentation skills may not do justice to their knowledge or abilities to think on their feet.

Come and join us for a relaxed, practical workshop to help you respond clearly, powerfully and in a relaxed spontaneous manner, even in stressful situations. We will draw on feedback from panels and improvisation techniques to try out new ways to tell our stories and gain feedback from peers. You will have the option to practice different techniques in a supportive environment.
Date: 12 June 2019, 13:30 (Wednesday, 7th week, Trinity 2019)
Venue: 56 Banbury Road, Oxford
Speaker: Dr Rachel Bray (Oxford University Careers Service)
Organising department: Careers Service
Organiser: Dr Rachel Bray (University of Oxford )
Organiser contact email address: courses@careers.ox.ac.uk
Host: Dr Rachel Bray (University of Oxford )
Topics: Career development
Booking required?: Required
Booking url: https://oxford.targetconnect.net/leap/event.html?id=13099&service=Careers+Service
Booking email: courses@careers.ox.ac.uk
Audience: DPhil students and Research Staff at University of Oxford
Editor: Fiona Sinclair