Month: November 2013

Nov 15

Be a great scientist….which is to say, become a great visual communicator.

We believe (and remember) what we see. If you want people to remember your presentation, you need to tap into their long term memory. Think of long term memory as a closet with no walls, no floor and no ceiling. You can pack as much as you want into long term memory, but it’s not […]

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Nov 14

But I’m a scientist. Not a communicator.

Time to break the stereotype. Doumont is a powerhouse of scientific communication expertise and it’s rare to find a talk by him readily available online. This one, delivered at Stanford last year, is an hour long. A lunch break. Think of it as your personal Lunch and Learn session from a master.

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Nov 12

Don’t the facts speak for themselves?

Technical audiences want the information. When we visit a company for the first time and start talking storytelling, this is the most common objection we hear. And it seems intuitive. If you’re speaking to a technical audience, surely they want technical information and surely your lists of data and facts will lead them to the […]

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