Media Training

​​Because how you say something is as important as what you say. 

What you will learn

These are some areas I focus on to improve my client’s media interactions and overall communication techniques.


Talk about the why, not the what.

Body Language

Non-verbal cues are a critical part of all communication.


Your audience doesn’t need nearly as much information as you think they do.


If you can’t listen, your messages often won’t be heard.


Responses fuel good communication, emotional reactions do not.


When you are forced to abandon your prepared message, there are still ways to make your point.

Get what you want out of an interview

I have often wondered during my 25+ years of a asking the questions and telling stories why so few people understand the power they have to influence an interview.