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Communicating Science

Scientists learn to quickly build rapport with and respond to their audience in improvscience workshops. Our services help us/them to communicate effectively and confidently with one another in lab meetings, professional conferences, and collaborative projects.

Once the presentation is outlined, slides created and the talk scripted out, what do you do? You perform! And, coaching develops your personal confident style of scientific presentation. 

What stories do your experiments and data tell? What elements of a story can be used in creating scientific talks? What are the messages that you want to convey, and how can they be heard?

Do your slides support the story you are telling? Do they focus your message and tell your audience what is important, necessary to know?  

If you aim to foster a fearless exchange of ideas, collaborative projects or functioning networks, our Improv for STEM Professionals workshop helps the magic happen.

Group Mentoring and Coaching

Mentoring and coaching are essential to developing a diverse pool of talented scientists. With improvscience executive-styled coaching, STEM professionals build the communication, collaboration, and leadership skills they need to craft a growing career.

improvscience mentoring workshops improve participants' capacity to mentor students from diverse backgrounds through collaborative communication. Faculty play a critical role in shaping the direction, culture and productivity of their research group. Yet, advancing research while developing students from a variety of socio-economic and educational backgrounds is challenging.

How do you take your “team” of exceptional individuals and create a functional collaborative group? Functional groups work as creative ensembles.

Faculty Professional Development

improvscience develops academic researchers ability to lead groups, foster scientific discussion, design inclusive curriculum and advance their careers.
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