Speaking with Confidence and Impact - online

Speaking with Confidence and Impact - online 29.03.2022 10:00 - 15:00 (Tue)onlineBaker, Millie
Speaking with Confidence and Impact - online 30.03.2022 10:00 - 15:00 (Wed)onlineBaker, Millie
Speaking with Confidence and Impact - online 31.03.2022 10:00 - 15:00 (Thu)onlineBaker, Millie

Before booking a workshop, please make sure that you can attend for the entire duration and save the dates. When participants do not show up or cancel on a very short notice, other interested parties are denied a chance to participate.


Speakers and presenters of all levels of experience are welcome. Just bring an attitude of open curiosity and a willingness to try something new, and you might be surprised by what is possible.


Whether we’re speaking in person with a group or in the online environment, confidence matters. In this workshop we define confidence as the ability to relax and be ourselves when we speak. Presenting isn’t viewed as a performance, a way of ‘acting’ a professional role, but as an opportunity to be authentic, connect with others, and share something that matters. We forget about the polish, gloss, and bullet-proof perfectionism, and relax into being natural, responsive, and engaged. It’s a more grounded place to be. And when you can stand on the firm ground of inner confidence, you’ll be clearer and more persuasive, you’ll enjoy yourself more – and you’ll get your scientific message across with more impact.


This is a highly interactive online workshop. You’ll be engaged in discussion, individual and group exercises, and mini-presentations. Expect to …

• strengthen your core confidence
• develop your professional presence
• find a more natural voice
• connect more authentically with your listeners
• communicate your message more effectively
• make your scientific contribution and inspire people


Please note

You will need …

  • a quiet, private space where you won’t be disturbed during the workshop (this also means turning off all app notifications, emails, and ‘pings’ of any kind)
  • stable internet signal
  • a laptop (tablets and phones are not adequate)
  • earphones with microphone


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Millie Baker