Now more than ever, scientists are in the spotlight and on the record.  The digital environment, together with the pandemic has forced scientists to communicate in new ways.  Writing is no longer enough. Today scientists are required to speak about their work in public – at conferences, on stage, on camera, on Zoom and on the record.

These are challenging situations which can support your professional career and get you noticed.  But they can also be nerve wracking.

To do this well you need to understand how to craft a message that gains traction and master the art of influential speaking, which is something you weren’t taught at university or medical school.

Speaking and communications coach Jo Filshie-Browning has 25 years of experience in science communications. She has written Scientifically Speaking to help scientists and physicians become compelling speakers who put their message across with confidence and clarity, both online and in person.

Join us for a LUNCH & LEARN Q&A session with Jo where she will introduce her book and answer your top questions about the challenges of speaking in public! REMEMBER to send any questions! NOW IS YOUR CHANCE to get some answers!

Communications Training Workshops

We are also excited to announce that Jo will be partnering with IWIS to run a series of workshops focusing on these topics that will give you the practical tools and skills to become a more confident and compelling speaker about your science.