Preparing for a media Interview within 2 Hours
Developing a message
Having a strategy for answering questions
Creating sound bites
Looking good on TV
Emergency Media Training - You Can Get The Messages You Want in the Final Story
Additional Help - Come Back Here After Your Media Emergency is Over
Emergency Media Training: Facing a Reporter Within 2 Hours
This course will quickly teach you how to look your best on camera, prepare a message, develop a strategy for answering questions and create sound bites for that interview staring you in the face. This no-frills course gives you nothing but the bare essentials--you should be able to complete the course in 30 minutes or less. That way you will have more time to practice for your upcoming interview.
TJ Walker has trained more than 10,000 executives from six continents over the last 30 years including Presidents of countries, Prime Ministers, Nobel Peace Prize winners, Members of parliament, US Senators and Miss Universes. He will teach you the same techniques that leading executives pay top dollar for in one-on-one training sessions.
Reputations are often made or broken during the first few media interviews conducted during a crisis or breaking news story event. You do NOT want to learn through trial and error in front of thousands or even millions of viewer/listeners/readers.
There is a system for preparing mentally and emotionally for every interview. Walker's techniques are not common sense, but they are easy to learn and easy to follow. More important, they will help you get the ultimate result you are looking for: your message in the final story.
Now is your chance to learn essential media training skills from a first-class media trainer. You will not regret signing up for this class. If you are facing an upcoming interview in the very near future, please sign up today for Emergency Media Training: Facing a Reporter Within 2 Hours
There is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.
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