Preparation Is Key: Professional Preparation For Your Media AppearancesWe're on the air: Make your media presence a success with media training one-on-one in Berlin or online
Preparation for media appearances
When speaking with the media, you only get a few minutes to shine. Here’s how to make the most of it. For successful performance in front of the camera and microphone, read the tips in the articles. Choose professional coaching to prepare for upcoming appearances in the media so that you and your message convince the audience.
This often happens quickly and unexpectedly: The media asks you for your opinion. Usually, it’s a topic you’re familiar with and you get questions you can answer easily. But in front of the camera or live in the studio, the adrenaline suddenly rises to a level that feels unpleasant. This has negative consequences. Many stumble from one question to the next. The answers begin to be out of reach, and it becomes more and more difficult to concentrate.
Challenging scenarios can flare up in the twinkling of an eye. Are you able to deal with microphones, cameras and bright light in the face, along with competing voices that require answers, live or recorded? Are you confident that you can react effectively, or will you draw a blank and become tongue-tied?
Even the best public speakers have gone through such moments. However, since your credibility is central, it is important to make a difference. You need to formulate your statements clearly and concisely, show a convincing presence, and even deal with uncomfortable questions easily.
I am the most spontaneous speaker in the world because every word, every gesture and every retort has been carefully rehearsed.
George Bernard Shaw
To leave a lasting positive impression on journalists and audiences, come and talk to me. I have stood in front of the camera on numerous occasions and addressed a large audience. 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.
- clarify your statements and vocabulary to communicate your ideas concisely and convincingly.
- learn how to confidently deal with provocation, irrelevant questions, and insinuations
- optimize your charisma, vocal power, facial expressions, and gestures.
- hone your skills in presenting key messages, ideas, and opinions.
- be quotable.
- be the expert.
- make you and your message compelling.
And now a warm welcome for our guest here live with us in the studio …
Your media trainer and travel companion
Challenging scenarios can flare up in an instant, and professionals and organizations need to be prepared. Are you able to deal with microphones, cameras and glaring lights in your face, along with competing voices demanding answers, live or recorded? Are you confident that you can react effectively, or will you draw a blank and become tongue-tied? Or will you and your message be convincing?
I can help you to successfully navigate this special terrain. For many years, I support people in presenting themselves and their message convincingly. As part of the preparation for important presentations in front of an audience and the media, I pass on what is important. You learn to be fully present and thus have full access to your knowledge and skills to effectively deliver your message. Benefit from my experience in marketing, psychology, and communication.
Find out more about me in my profile.
Thank you again for your great work with me Karsten. The television interview was a great success. I’ll keep in touch!
Karsten, thank you for our interview coaching session. The pleasure was all mine. I thank you for everything. I was prepared for all the tricky questions. Having spent that session with you was great.
Karsten helped me tremendously with my radio and TV interviews. He is a professional and doesn’t waste a minute and gets right to the heart of the matter.
When you invest in a session with Karsten Noack you’ll learn how to be present in front of the camera. The exercises and guidance of this trainer are invaluable.
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