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.
Wednesday February 25, 2015
This is John LeGere. He’s CEO of T-Mobile. He’s being interviewed by a panel of CNBC anchors. As you watch, what jumps out at you immediately? How does it influence your overall impression? What’s most predominate: his appearance, his body language/energy, or his message? Who do you think his target audiences are (or should be) […]Read More >>
Sunday February 8, 2015
When it comes to mergers and acquisitions, and media interviews, especially if you’re a public company, you certainly understand you need to be careful. There are several ways to handle those questions. However, let’s get one thing clear: “no comment!” is not recommended. Those two words say so much more than intended. There are much […]Read More >>
Saturday February 7, 2015
“Anyone who talks about you…or your business…is media!” I use that brief slogan above for my own business as both a warning, and a fact. The Internet has given the ability to publish to anyone who can get online. And if they’re talking about you, the same Internet hands them a digital steam shovel to […]Read More >>