Analysts, investors, regulators, legislators, competitors, clients, prospects, family, friends…You make impressions on all of them, and each can impact your business goals. How are you helping mold those impressions? How do you want them to perceive you? What do you want them to think, and even repeat?
The Media Trainers®, LLC, gives you the specific techniques for developing and delivering strong, positive, persuasive messaging to your target audiences. Learn how to answer questions responsively, on your terms and from your perspective.
Monday July 25, 2016
Disruption: 1. To throw into confusion or disorder; 2. To interrupt or impede the progress of; 3. To break apart or alter so as to prevent normal or expected functioning. In full or part, each of the above definitions applies to today’s version of “disruption.” In this age of technology, businesses and industries are facing disruption on […]Read More >>
Tuesday May 24, 2016
Social issues, politics, economic policy, competition…just a sampling of interview topics that’s fair game for the media. As a business leader, how do you prepare? What’s your process for developing focused, responsive, positive and persuasive messaging without being sucked into a counter-productive exchange? Here’s a range of examples for you to consider: The Obama Administration has decreed transgenders’ […]Read More >>
Saturday April 2, 2016
Listen closely to this sound bite from Apple CEO Tim Cook. See if you come away with his key message. Dealing with the news media requires newsworthy responses employing a basic marketing tactic: message frequency. In short, avoid slogans (that’s marketing), but repeat your most important message that has news value, often (that’s marketing, too, […]Read More >>