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plenary session

6 Tips for Chairing a Plenary Session

What is a Plenary Session? You’ve been invited to chair the plenary session at an academic conference. It…
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How To Address The Different Learning Styles Of Audience

The Sage On The Stage Being asked to present a paper at an Academic Conference can be a…
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The Confident Presenter Focuses on Each Moment

Once you have gained control of your materials and practiced in steps 1 and 2, you can focus your full awareness on each moment of your presentation to truly give your audience the best possible experience. Live the principle, “Be here now,” and your audience will be there with you.

The Confident Presenter Prepares Purposefully

Whether this is your first presentation at a professional conference or your twentieth, showing your research to an audience of your peers can be intimidating. Everyone feels “butterflies in my stomach,” even the most experienced speaker. My advice is: Embrace your butterflies! Envision them keeping you energized during your presentation.

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