General media skills, Media Skills Training, Crisis management —  12 October 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 by James White

Huawei and the question that keeps tying its spokespeople in knots

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

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

6 crisis media management lessons from the Cummings saga

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

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

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

Do you remember when the Government said that 20,000 deaths would be a ‘good outcome’ and a 'good result' from the coronavirus crisis? Sadly, it turned out to be a target that couldn’t be met. But…

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Crisis management, Media Skills Training —  9 March by Adam Fisher

Lessons from the Prime Minister’s coronavirus press conference

Crisis management, Media Skills Training —  13 January by Adam Fisher

The key media relations lesson from ‘Megxit’