Presenting with impact: using evidence to motivate change

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Learn how to present your research in the most influential way possible

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Learn how to construct and deliver presentations that are designed to influence audiences to take action on the basis of the evidence you provide. Whether you are doing a public lecture, calling for behavior change or making a pitch to a decision-maker, or you simply want to present in the style of a "TED talk", this session will enable you to make radical changes to the way you do public speaking.

Key benefits:

  • Learn what you need to do in the first 30 seconds of any talk to grab your audience’s attention and trust
  • Connect more deeply with your audience to drive deeper engagement with your message
  • Convey passion and authority by ensuring the strength of your evidence-based message is matched by your posture and intonation
  • Simplify your message to make it memorable and powerful
  • Get a free PDF copy of Professor Mark Reed's book, The Research Impact Handbook
  • Have an opportunity to join the Global Peatland Initiative's Research Working Group and find out first about future free training events
  • Receive slides, an edited video recording of the whole session and links to free resources to help you embed impact in your research

Prof Reed continues to answer all questions from participants via email after the course, guaranteeing a response to all questions within one week.

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About the trainer

Mark Reed is Professor of Rural Entrepreneurship and Director of the Thriving Natural Capital Challenge Centre at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), and a Visiting Professor at Newcastle University, Birmingham City University and the University of Leeds. He has over 200 publications that have been cited more than 20,000 times, and has won awards for the non-academic impact of his research. He is author of The Research Impact Handbook, which he has used to train over 8000 researchers from more than 200 institutions in 55 countries. He provides training and advice to Universities, research funders, NGOs and policy-makers internationally.

Find out more about his work at: www.profmarkreed.com or follow him on Twitter @profmarkreed

About the Global Peatlands Initiative

The Global Peatlands Initiative is an effort by leading experts and institutions formed by 13 founding members at the UNFCCC COP in Marrakech, Morocco in 2016 to save peatlands as the world’s largest terrestrial organic carbon stock and to prevent it being emitted into the atmosphere. The current greenhouse gas emissions from drained or burned peatlands are estimated to amount up to five percent of the global carbon budget — in the range of two billion tonnes CO2 per year. Partners to the Initiative are working together within their respective areas of expertise to improve the conservation, restoration and sustainable management of peatlands. In this way the Initiative is contributing to several Sustainable Development Goals , including by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, maintaining ecosystem services and securing lives and livelihoods through improved adaptive capacity.

Find out more at: www.globalpeatlands.org

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Since Fast Track Impact launched in 2013, we have become the most widely used resource to train researchers in impact in the world, having been used to train >8000 researchers from over 200 institutions in 55 countries, with many more using our online resources as a basis for their own in-house training.

Find out more about Fast Track Impact's online training courses with Prof Mark Reed.

Find out more about other free webinars from Fast Track Impact.

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