BECOMING A TV PUNDIT/PRESENTER
You’ve seen the new young champion struggling through that first TV interview – raw, nervous, inarticulate, maybe chippy and aggressive too. But media training is only one of the soft-skill programmes necessary for rounding-out the talents of a star performer of the field and track. Emergence into the public eye opens up vast new opportunities that can be driven by improved communication, spoken or written. A chance to raise your profile and build rapport with everyone from massed televiewers to key sponsors, club managers and chairmen, or after-dinner speaking audiences.
See how we make it happen, through careful scrutiny of your strengths and weaknesses as a presenter and a self-presenter. Editing your speech and manner, to engage emotionally with all groups. Using role-play and video to polish your performance, like a good actor. So, as your career diversifies, you can market yourself to the world with confidence and conviction.