SPEAKING FOR SUCCESS WHEN: April 6, 2007 7:00 – 9:00 a.m. WHERE: 1025 Orr-Major AUDIENCE: Clinical & Basic Science Faculty, SOM GUEST PRESENTER: Paul Casella, MFA Office of Faculty Affairs and Development, Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa Consultant to the faculty of the Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa Health Care Communications Group (Founding Member) Co-Authored Writing, Speaking and Communication Skills for Healthcare Professionals (2001) DESCRIPTION This course reviews how adults learn as a means to examine the effective delivery techniques you can use to engage scientific and clinical peer audiences. Provides practical information on how to deliver powerful oral presentations in the classroom, the conference room, the auditorium, and at the regional or national meeting. Includes a discussion of voice, inflection, body language, techniques to stimulate interest and involvement, and strategies to help facilitate audience recall of the message. Addresses how to prepare for a presentation, how to manage anxiety, and how to design and use visual aids effectively. OUTLINE How adults learn Delivery skills Preparation Visual Aids OBJECTIVES 1. To list four different ways adults learn and describe how to address each type in teaching and presenting situations 2. To name four delivery techniques that make effective spoken presentations and that allow speakers to gain and maintain audience interest 3. To describe three steps in preparing thoroughly for a speaking engagement 4. To name three principles of effective visual aid design and use Sponsored by: University of Kansas School of Medicine & Continuing Education C M E Credit is available – Registration is on-site. Speakers have nothing to disclose.
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