Many scientists have an almost moral objection to "selling" - yet ironically this is exactly what is required if their science is to find a voice. However, this must be done in a way that lines up with a scientists values.
This workshop is for all researchers who need to be able to ‘sell’ the value of their research to industry and funders. Daniel will work with you to develop your key messages and formulate them into a compelling pitch to sell your message to any audience.
The benefits of working out how to do this early in a scientific career include
The workshop is typically delivered to 15 to 20 researchers using an interactive mixture of presentations, group discussions and individual workbook assignments. Plenty of practical examples are used to illustrate the key themes.
For further information on future events please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellington Workshop - 14 Oct 2015 – FULLY BOOKED
Daniel has a track-record helping scientists and inventors find their voice and get their message heard.
Firstly working with computer scientists for over a decade, then secondly CEO of Biomatters working with molecular biologists both as team members and customers - it became very apparent to him that what got scientists ahead was not the quality of the science by itself. What mattered if their science was to have an impact was the combination of the quality of their science and the quality of their ability to influence others as to the importance of their science.
It's not about dumbing down, its about smartening up your ability to connect other's to your message, your discoveries and the application of your discoveries.