The New Zealand media landscape is changing dramatically. Deadlines are shrinking; news gathering is constant, and now every reporter carries a camera.
The best way to prepare is with media training from an expert.
BBC broadcaster Greg Ward runs workshops for newsmakers. You'll learn how to engage with journalists; how to prepare for interviews, and how to survive the unexpected.
It’s difficult to imagine your career taking off if you can't deliver a great pitch or presentation.
Few people are naturally gifted speakers. But with expert guidance, you can reduce nerves and improve your performance.
Greg offers hourly mentoring; PowerPoint critiques, and on-camera rehearsals to prepare you for your next appearance.
HOW TO RESPOND
• Buy time - stall media calls for one hour
• Check reporter deadlines & contact details
• Encourage media to send email questions
• Gather facts before making any comment
• Plan three or four key messages
WHAT DO NEWS EDITORS WANT?
• Local angles on national stories
• Expert and informed comment
• Surveys and consumer trends
• Solutions to customer problems
• Conflict and drama
"I have done a number of media training workshops and I have to say yours was one of the most interactive and extremely interesting sessions I have experienced."
"Probably the most worthwhile training I have ever done not just because of what it was but because who delivered it. Greg was simply brilliant".
"Greg is inspiring and focused. I learnt more in our half-day session than a 2-day course back in the UK. I would happily recommend Greg”
Media training workshops are lively and entertaining. They include individual mentoring and expert coaching, aimed at improving your confidence and finetuning your delivery.
The benefits of media training go far beyond a typical news interview. Once you learn how to sell your story to a newsroom, you'll be far more engaging - and convincing - in any boardroom or public presentation.
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