I’ll share with you the secrets to on the day productivity that I’ve learnt after nearly thirty years in busy newsrooms. So you get:
— interactive training that your team will thank you for (yes, it does exist)
— interactive training with takeaways (otherwise, what’s the point?)
— interactive training on site (no need to hire a minibus to head to an activity centre: I create my newsroom in your office)
— interactive training from someone you can trust (I still work in a BBC newsroom two days a week, though this is not a BBC product).
My free to download No Jargon, No Nonsense Guide to help you and your teams hit your deadlines, day after day — based on many years’ experience presenting and reporting for lunchtime news bulletins.
News is fast, news needs focus, news demands deadlines — and everyone’s got an opinion. They’re probably skills you want your team to develop, too. That’s why my WORKSHOPS & TRAINING deliver immediate results. The very next day, you’ll find your staff able to use my tips on hitting a deadline, focussing a meeting and getting things done. Then and there.
It’s my background in TV News that also makes me a safe choice to HOST YOUR EVENT. My many years’ experience in a live TV studio mean you don’t have to worry about timekeeping, whatever may be going on behind the scenes …
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Try me for free — by signing up to my Newsroom Secrets! Every month or so I reveal a secret based on my many years in a BBC newsroom — to help you and your teams with your own deadlines and on-the-day delivery, or simply give you ideas about how to bring training, a conference or Away Day to life. Do take a look, or sign up, here.
Blogs don’t have to be long or boring — I reckon six snappy paragraphs does the job, and gives you something you will actually remember.
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