Have a clear message. Engage listeners. Build Rapport. Be Understood.
Sound confident yet humble. Get decision makers to say yes.
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Highlights from the blog
Where Scientists Go Astray, Advice on How to Speak to be Better Understood
"Scientists often dive so deep into the details that they forget to come back up to the surface, so those of us who don’t have our scuba tanks on can be there with them and understand their ideas." Amy Aines Amy Aines shared advice for how scientists can speak to be...
How to Show Up, Speak Up and Get Your Ideas Heard
You may be surprised to find that what you say matters less than how you say it. More than 250 attendees at the annual scholarship luncheon for the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory Women's Association learned what it takes to create a strong, engaging presence and how...
Building Communication Skills on Campus – A Conversation with Doctoral Candidate Amber Habowski
Two pivotal experiences in high school sparked Amber Habowski’s interest in biology and her desire to communicate science clearly. She sought to understand the biomechanics of her own sports-induced knee injuries and surgeries and the neurophysiology of her...