Talking to journalists or standing in front of a television camera can feel daunting. Fear of saying the ‘wrong thing’ - or of not being able to remember what to say at all - is understandable for anyone who finds themselves in an interview situation.
Rolling news broadcasts, an international audience via the internet and the pressure to be visible during a crisis means that delivering a successful media interview has never been more important.
What is often forgotten, though, is that this situation works both ways. Media interviews today also present an unrivalled opportunity to raise the profile of an organisation or a company, to enhance its reputation and to attract interest from key audiences.
Miriam has spent over a decade equipping dozens of people with the skills, confidence and techniques to manage media interviews effectively.
Everyone is different and our training is bespoke to meet the specific needs of clients and their teams. We have particular expertise in working with schools and childcare settings but have also worked with individuals from a range of other sectors.
To discuss your requirements further, please contact us.
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