Media Skills Training, Social media, Crisis management, General media skills —  8 July by Adam Fisher

Naming disaster sees launch trend for all the wrong reasons

Imagine being a new start-up and almost immediately finding yourself trending on social media. Not only that, but you generate coverage in the Financial Times and Daily Mail. Sounds great,…

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Media Skills Training, Presentation skills, Crisis management —  6 April by Adam Fisher

How can you make the most of your online training?

Crisis management, Media Skills Training —  23 March by Adam Fisher

The story of ‘inhumane’ working conditions and the missing factors in the response

Media Skills Training, Spokesperson training, Crisis management —  4 February by Adam Fisher

Why you need to stop beginning your media interviews with pleasantries

Media Skills Training, Spokesperson training, Crisis management —  26 October 2020 by Adam Fisher

Could you handle an interview with this hard-hitting journalist?

General media skills, Media Skills Training, Crisis management —  12 October 2020 by Adam Fisher

Has Tesla taken a wrong turn with its new approach to media relations?

How about this for an approach to dealing with journalists – don’t deal with them at all? If that seems odd – and perhaps something you would not expect to read in this media training blog – it is…

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Crisis management, TV interview skills, Media Skills Training —  20 July 2020 by James White

Huawei and the question that keeps tying its spokespeople in knots

When we look in this media training blog at the mistakes that are made in media interviews, we often focus on the performance of individual spokespeople. It might be poor preparation, insufficient…

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Media Skills Training, Crisis management, Spokesperson training —  9 June 2020 by James White

What you can learn from how one boss announced the loss of 390 jobs

Crisis management, Media Skills Training —  1 June 2020 by James White

6 crisis media management lessons from the Cummings saga