Over the years many participants have given us feedback on their evaluation form. To give an idea what our work can mean for you, please read what others have said about it.
“Extremely useful, should be available for all people working in academia!”, “Very inspiring, I can use the tools I learned the rest of my life”, “Excellent facilitator”, “Good feedback and confronting, which made me learn a lot”, “Very motivating, enjoyable and useful”, “I learned even more than I expected”, “She […]Read more »
When talking to Louise I’m working hard, though the conversation is light and easy; afterwards her words keep me thinking.Read more »
The leadership model for presentations was not only much appreciated by the course participants, but turned out to be very inspiring and useful for my own way of presenting as well. Using a number of basic rules and principles you really learn how to communicate the key message and control […]Read more »
Scientists have to profile their work and themselves. Good communication (like women do) with the right persons (like men do) is therefore mandatory for scientific success.Read more »
Communication about science is more important than it ever has been. Presentations during conferences have often put me in contact with sponsoring companies or gave me the opportunity to write a review for top leading scientific journals. Presentation and promotion of scientific projects becomes more and more important in order […]Read more »
Many great scientific ideas have never – and will never- become a success, simply due to the lack of presentation and communication skills of the inventors.Read more »
A large part of my success has been due to the fact that, as a teacher and researcher, I worked hard to understand the best means of conveying ideas in an attractive and clear way and how to argue my case with clarity and conviction. Scientists working in research or […]Read more »