How can you build relationships with journalists and
make them mutually rewarding?
How do you know you can trust a journalist?
What does “Off the record” really mean?
What do journalists want and how can you help them?
How does the media work?
How do you avoid a media bloomer?
These are just some of the questions
answered in my media clinic that offers a detailed
grounding in media relations that should be understood
by every senior professional who seeks the potential
to enhance a reputation at personal and organisational
Demand has been growing for a
tailored service that I have established on a
limited basis, running no more than once or twice
a month so that it does not clash with other commitments.
This thoughtful, practical, and,
I hope, entertaining consulting package is designed
to explain how the media works, how individuals
can position themselves to speak confidently with
journalists, how they can avoid common pitfalls
and how they can become a “contact of choice”
when a journalists needs an authoritative opinion
The service allows executives
to try out their interview techniques and brush
up their media skills in a safe, confidential
environment, making themselves aware of the potential
pitfalls and rewards of regular media involvement
and coverage. Have you ever wondered why your
competitor is quoted in article after article?
Why let them grab all the headlines?
It might be the best investment
you ever make.
Contact me at: [email protected]
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