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I help build confidence in a rather unusual way.

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It's not media training. And it's not for the faint-hearted.

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It’s meet-a-deadline training.
It's put-your-hand-up-in-a-meeting training.
It's try-something-new training.

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It’s based on my adventures in the deadline focussed world of TV newsrooms.

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And my clients tell me it works because I get people to do new things before they realise they've done them.
After all, you just read off my autocue without a rehearsal, didn’t you?

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Newsroom Bootcamp in a nutshell

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Why People Are Talking About It

How it Works

News camera, autocue, pop up screens, video wall.  We play a bunch of games that include news clips to get you thinking, countdown music to keep you on task, phones ringing to create a little chaos.  Your team leave feeling more confident in their ability to handle decisions, timekeeping and change.

How it Works

Try it for yourself ...

 

 

Every few months I create my TV Newsroom in a funky events room above a pub next to Brighton Station.   It’s a great venue to try it out, whether you’re a sole trader wanting to enjoy its benefits, or a manager wondering if it would be right for your team.  It’s also a chance to meet other like-minded business-people, without the awkwardness of a formal networking event.

My next event is on the morning of Friday 10 November.

Standard ticket:  £75  — Early Bird ticket:  £49

Click here to find out more and book

Get in Touch

If you find these forms a bit annoying, just give me a call on 07850 188620 or 01273 606246 — I always like to chat about how I might be able to help.  Or just send me an email letting me know what you have in mind, and we can take it from there.  If you do like the forms, don’t forget to put something in each box marked with a *.



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