The IOP is organising a series of professional development webinars exclusively for early career physicists. The webinars are free to attend and are also open to those that are not currently IOP members. The recordings from each of these sessions will be available exclusively for IOP members, via our on-demand service, where you can also access the recordings from webinars held previously. For more information, click here.
28 September 2021 at 12:30-13:30 BST
Covid lockdown has resulted in the cancellation or postponement of much of the summer research conference season. Many of these events, in some form, are going fully online and are asking researchers to present their talks virtually. Some organisers are suggesting that we may never return to the way things were. As such, there’s been a lot of advice about good practice for presenting online (e.g. “put your laptop on books so the camera is at eyeline”). Such advice is all well and good, but more pivotal for presenters is addressing the questions of:
In this short, focussed webinar we’ll try to answer these questions together. (We’ll also touch on the mechanics of giving an online presentation (backdrops/mic/lights etc) but this isn’t a session purely on which buttons to press on Zoom…).
Recognise the conditions that decrease your self-esteem and identify how to enhance your self-perception and manage situations differently to raise your inner confidence.
A stakeholder is an individual or group that has an interest in any decision or activity of an organization. They can be inside the organisation like senior leaders, employees, or external, such a communities, governments, investors. This session helps you to understand the importance of creating and maintaining positive relationships through the appropriate management of individual stakeholder needs, wants and expectations.