Media Training in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, or anywhere across the Middle East ensures you maximise your valuable interviews and improve your company’s reputation, providing you with the confidence to enhance good news and ensure reputation-threatening situations are minimised.
IHC’s media training course is like no other as you are drilled and educated by a working reporter and news cameraman, so you know exactly what to expect and you can see the surprising results for yourself at the end of the course.
Positive PR is proven to be three times more valuable than advertising. Delivering a great interview is not just about answering the questions a journalist asks, it’s about engaging with the audience and providing key sound bites, which deliver key messages, and make for interesting ‘nuggets’ of information the journalist will want to use.
Media training is also about getting a person to think about what makes a good news story; while talking about business is usually good news for the company, making it interesting for the reader, listener or viewer is paramount. Journalists need to be given something to work with, in order for him or her to be able to relay the news in an interesting way to their audience.
Understanding the media landscape – which media are out there, and who should you be talking to: cultivating good relationships, and getting them to call you, rather than you chasing them.
Being prepared – a journalist will put together a list of questions they are going to ask, don’t you think it would be wise to prepare too?
Preparation for an interview is important for getting your point across, while allowing you time to think about how to answer those ‘tricky’ questions.
Public Speaking coaching in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, or anywhere across the Middle East gives you the confidence, through coaching from a top professional, to make the most of your platform opportunities.
The difference between owning the room during a speech and being forgettable is largely determined by two factors: content and delivery.
Clarity coaches understand the two are inseparable.
That’s why every coaching session shows clients how to finesse the messaging and how to instil the techniques needed to execute them brilliantly.
We’ll discuss the power of the “subtextual” conversation—body language, vocal patterns, and mannerisms that can raise or lower your status in the workplace.
A major and crucial focus will be on active skill building, with “skill drills” for key concepts.
Cultivate personal presence, by:
- Connecting with your audience
- Balancing authority with approachability
- Avoiding unintentional behaviours that may lower status or reduce impact
- Demonstrate composure when the pressure is on