University of Nebraska Medical Center

Power Presentations

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Be Remembered

Power Presentations is a three-part series where you will gain valuable presentation tips from a team of faculty experts. You’ll receive real-time coaching and feedback to improve your presentation skills. This course is ideal for anyone looking to design better presentations, manage anxiety or learn engagement tips for more effective delivery. We’ll help you discover your core strengths and develop the key traits of the most memorable public speakers and teachers – whether on the conference stage, in the classroom, or in the virtual environment.

Power Presentations is a live highly participatory workshop. You must commit to all three in-person sessions.

Series Dates

Tue., Sept. 17, 2024, 2:00-5:00PM.
Tue., Sept. 24, 2024, 2:00-5:00PM.
Tue., Oct. 8, 2024, 2:00-5:00PM.

Participants must attend all three sessions. All participants will receive a workbook to help them continue to evaluate their presentation skills.

Apply (coming soon!)

Why Attend?

Interactive Training
Learn, watch and practice fundamental and advanced presentation skills
Live Practice Assessment
Present a portion of content for immediate, personalized feedback
Performance Booster
Enhance personal and professional growth in a supportive environment
Continued Advancement
Enduring course materials can be referenced after the workshop has ended

“For one of the most important talks of my career, participating in Power Presentations provided the needed time, resources, practice, and feedback to make it a success!”

Kaleb Michaud Power Presentations Success

Kaleb Michaud, PhD

Professor, Division of Rheumatology

Power Presentations Faculty Experts

Assistant Professor
Director of Education Development & Academic Technology
College of Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology

Faye Haggar

Assistant Professor, Division of Hospital Medicine
College of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine

Michael Smith

Vice Chair of Education
Associate Professor
Residency Program Director
College of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine

Chad Branecki

Assistant Professor, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
College of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine

Martina Clarke

Assistant Professor
Program Director, Medical Education, Technology, and Innovation Fellowship
Assistant Residency Program Director
College of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine

T.J. Welniak

Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
College of Pharmacy