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“The Secret to delivering an Expert Conference Presentation”

When early career researchers present at conferences they’re in a very different environment to the one they’re used to. When they present internally to colleagues, they’re merely reporting on history – “We did this, we did that, we discovered this-and-that … Continue reading

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“What are your limits?”

I remember reading a piece of research in the 1980s. It was a study into CEOs of the top FTSE 100 companies and what they had in common. What were their secrets? What made them successful? What was the magic … Continue reading

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“The Power Of The Casual Conversation”

A former research scientist friend of mine goes to conferences as a regular part of her job. She is Business Development Director for a small and growing company that deals directly with major pharmaceuticals. At one particular conference in Milan … Continue reading

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“The Power Of Vulnerability: The Secret Of What Makes Us Happy”

“Only connect.” E.M. ForsterĀ  I was lucky enough to come across a wonderful talk whilst reading Tim Mushey’s “Sell, Lead, Succeed!” blog. Having enjoyed his post (I’d seen the video he posted before) was idly reading the comments below when … Continue reading

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“7 Steps To Influencing The Decision Maker”

I have laboured for several days over an article to encourage those finishing writing their doctoral theses at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Oxford University to my “Developing Influential Presentations” and “Developing Influential Networks” seminars. The Institute recognises that their … Continue reading

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