It is essential that anyone presenting to the public that is representing a corporation, a government agency or a small business must be professional and prepared.
Being confident and well-prepared are key components to effective speaking and presentation either live or recorded.
If you are looking to enhance the skills necessary for you, your employees and associates to effectively communicate your company or department’s message, then on-camera and public speaking fulfill your specific needs.
Brenna McDonough in Kensington, Maryland (http://www.oncameratraining.com/) and Winning News Media, Incorporated in Anna Maria, Florida (http://www.winning-newsmedia.com/Services.htm) offer the insight, experience and services below.
Media presentation is a fact of life for most companies, whether for television news or for live trade and training events. Even if your purpose it just to improve inter-office communication, an on-camera training and/or public speaking workshop could prove to be beneficial for you.
If you’re interested in:
• A workshop for the people in your organization.
• Personal, on-camera skill-building.
OR if you have
• A potential media crisis.
• A difficult news conference ahead.
• An important presentation to plan.
Look for workshops that provide participants the opportunity to be posed with hypothetical media situations, custom-tailored to fit the group.
Through collaboration, the participants should be also be given the chance to determine the best strategy for dealing with the media problem. It is valuable if participants are chosen to role-play that strategy on-camera and the mock situation will be re-played and critiqued.
Other useful training areas:
• On-camera coaching for commercial communications.
• On-camera coaching for corporate communication.
• Coaching for PR/investor relations.
• General coaching for public speaking.
• Handling “guerrilla” news situations.
Example of topics offered are:
• The television audience
• Overcoming stage fright
• Content structure
• Television mechanics
• Performing to camera
• Connecting with the audience
• Using non-verbal communication and body language
• Interviewer questioning techniques
If you are interested, and are in the Puget Sound area, contact Steve Whitaker at 253-670-1262 for more information. Tweet