Meeting Archive:
The Art of Presenting Science

Meeting Description:

Standing up in front of a room full of professionals and giving a presentation is stressful on its own.  When you are presenting scientific data, the stress levels increase.  How do you present the data in a way to keep it interesting.  What do you do when you have detailed information to present?  What if the data you need to present is in a table that has 50 lines of data in a font so small you need a microscope to read the information?  These are common situations that presenters face.  This session will help you develop scientific presentations that will keep your audience captivated and asking for more.  Topics covered will include developing an opener that will hook your audience, effective presentation of scientific data, ticks to make your presentation better, and techniques to engage your audience. 

Date: Thu, Apr 4, 2019
Time: 03:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
 Presenter Information
Carl Sall, CIH, CSP
Speaker Photo

Mr. Sall has 25+ years' experience in health and safety. He has worked in a variety of positions to include military, government, and private industry. Early in his career, Mr. Sall worked for the U.S. OSHA’s Directorate of Construction writing and interpreting regulations. After leaving the government, Mr. Sall has developed and managed multiple health and safety programs, both in the U.S. and overseas. Prior to his current position, Mr. Sall worked in the UAE first helping the government of Abu Dhabi develop a regulatory program similar to OSHA, then as the Corporate H&S Manager for the operating company of four nuclear power plants being built in Abu Dhabi. In August of 2016, Carl moved back to the U.S. to become the Corporate Director of H&S for Louis Berger U.S. where he is updating their health and safety management system and implementing programs to develop a strong safety culture. Mr. Sall is also currently the Past-Chairman of the Leadership and Management Committee for AIHA.