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

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

Delegates on our media training courses often have a fear that they are going to be put through a Jeremy Paxman style interrogation. Others fear facing combative interviews from the likes of Nick…

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Spokesperson training, TV interview skills, Radio interview skills, Crisis management —  21 October by Adam Fisher

What does it feel like to be on a media training course?

General media skills, Spokesperson training, Crisis management —  14 October by Adam Fisher

3 communication lessons from the story of the onions that were too hot for Facebook

General media skills, Spokesperson training, Radio interview skills, Crisis management —  12 August by James White

Was the statement a journalist threw in the bin really that bad?

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

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

Media Skills Training, Spokesperson training, Crisis management —  26 May by James White

CEO shows how not to deliver bad news during a remote interview

It is not often a spokesperson feels the need to apologise after a media interview. But that is what one chief executive did after his TV performance was met with damaging headlines and a social…

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Media Skills Training, Spokesperson training, Crisis management —  20 May by James White

Gove’s guarantee gaffe and how to handle this tricky question

If you are a regular reader of this media training blog, you’ll know we have discussed the complexity of the ‘guarantee’ question before. It is a particularly uncomfortable question for spokespeople…

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Crisis management, Media Skills Training, Spokesperson training —  6 May by James White

What you can learn from the simple comment that came back to haunt the government

Spokesperson training, Crisis management, TV interview skills —  12 February by Adam Fisher

Doorstep disaster or a masterclass in distraction?