Newsroom Bootcamp is aimed at young or new teams, or existing but cautious teams who you want to motivate.
Headline Deadline is aimed at both senior and junior staff working together in a team-building context, sharing meaningful challenges with implementable take-aways — while having some fun.
This is perfect for the event host who knows how tricky it can be to keep the audience’s attention after a good lunch. I have a range of solutions to this, including:
This aimed at the C-Suite, ready to experience a refreshing new take on quick decision making and leadership.
More confidence in quick decision-making and just getting the job done? Greater clarity of thought when writing a report or pitch that may help your company get business? Better equipping your team to be more assertive, or patient, with each other? A greater ability to handle a deadline, and boost your profits by keeping your clients happy?
15-25 works particularly well, breaking down into 3 to 5 teams of five, but I’m very flexible. A couple of hours? A morning? A day? I’m versatile, and I’ve got plenty of material.
All I need to rig up my TV Newsroom is any standard conference room with a projector, some tables and chairs. But if you want to leave the office, I can suggest some great venues.
I can point you to other business contacts who offer different types of business development and event hosting — just give me a call or drop me an email.
I like to be really upfront about this, with a sense of prices here on my website rather than only available on request. If you have a fixed budget in mind, give me a call and let’s talk it through. I’m not a believer in one-size-fits-all.
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.
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 an email to email@example.com — 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 *.