Preparation Is Key: Media TrainingWe are live
You can’t talk about something you don’t feel.
It often happens quickly and unexpectedly: the media asks you for your review. Mostly it’s a topic on which you are familiar, expected questions you can answer easily. But on camera or live in the studio the adrenaline suddenly rises to what feels like fatal levels. From one question to the next, you stumble through and answers start to seem out of reach and it’s harder to concentrate. You realize that you need to sort out your thoughts because you appear flustered.
Even the best public speakers have been through it. However, your credibility is at the center of attention so it is important to formulate your statements clearly and to the point, to show a compelling presence and to handle even those uncomfortable questions with ease.
Back to the beginning! — What I offer: individual preparation
So that you leave a lasting positive impression on journalists and audiences minds, come for a consultation with me. I myself, have on numerous occasions stood in front of a camera and addressed large audiences. Let me tell you about the rules of the media and support you with coaching and individual training …
- to strengthen your ability to concentrate in the spotlight and make your arguments accessible at any time
- to clarify your statements and vocabulary to communicate your ideas convincingly
- to learn how to confidently deal with provocation, irrelevant questions, and insinuations
- to optimize your charisma, vocal power, facial expressions, and gestures.
And now a warm welcome for our guest here live with us in the studio …
Articles about media competence
You’ve received a call from a reporter who wants to interview you, and because you like the idea you want to confirm immediately. Wait a second! Think twice before you do a media interview. It may be a chance and it is full of risks.
In case you are uncertain that you want to be interviewed by the media, here are some points to consider