Audiences can be more sceptical of those at the top. We offer executives ways to manage a tougher ride on air whilst coming over as authentic.
This is an intensive session matched to the experience of the delegates, building on strengths – and troubleshooting where individuals are challenged. Three TV simulations cover extended interview and soundbite techniques. The workshop includes:
Taking control of interviews I Managing tough questions I Achieving the quality of authenticity I Connecting with sceptical audiences I Avoiding executive speak I Studio and remote etiquette I Handling Doorstepping I Broadcast and print journalists tricks I Building support within an organisation
Coaching by BBC journalists with a track record of supporting Executives
Challenging and realistic interviews
Case studies focussed on Executive challenges
Detailed and honest feedback
Executive aftercare package including follow up call
1 to 1 coaching: 3.5 hours including preparation and review time
Small group coaching: 5.0 hours including preparation and review time
This matters. Our coaching helps people raise their game, but staying at that level post-training takes support. That’s why everyone attending this course get access to the following:
A follow-up phone call. This could be ahead of an important interview, or just a chance to clarify some of the important learning points covered during the session after the dust has settled.
Online Resources. There’s a password-protected section of the site reserved for those who’ve attended our courses. Here you’ll find a host of resources including films, tips and some of the key aspects of the course pack to download.
A weekly email, the Monday Media Briefing. Going strong since 2013, we shine a spotlight on a particular aspect of media training each week as well as review some of the key interviews and media trends of the last seven days.