Tv and Radio Interviews can and do go wrong. Here are my top 5 interviews that have gone wrong and a few of my thoughts as to why and what could have been done to clear up the mess!
Having an effective crisis management strategy can save revenue, employment and most importantly for the long term, reputations. We take a little look into what crisis management is with a real life few examples
"Media" is a broad church but in this blog I distill what I've learned over the years down to a few tips that anyone with any exposure to the media should remember
How to find the best media training when there are so many suppliers out there? We take you through a few tips...
Apologies can be hard to deliver sometimes but if you're going to deliver one it needs to be well thought through. I highlight 5 of the worst...
Read 5 tips on how to effectively handle the media in a crisis press conference from a professional journalist
Making a video doesn't have to be expensive, time consuming or painful. You have all you need using a smartphone, some free software and some direction from the experts!
Print interviews are perhaps the hardest interviews to prepare for and certainly the hardest to control. In this article you’ll be reading a bit of context of the industry as well as a few tips on how to survive a print interview.
When it does happen, your brand, reputation and profitability are all usually on the line. It’s at this point that the CEO’s get moved to the front line with the microphones and cameras. Here are my 7 Top Tips for surviving that crisis interview
Our lecturers have an incredibly difficult job and one that must weigh heavily...to teach a broad range of students any given subject matter in a manner that enthuses and drives them to progress and succeed. Are all lecturers naturally fantastic presenters? Possibly not. Would they benefit from professional presentation advice? Yes. We take a look at how our presentation workshop went with Lincoln University.