We teach you how to speak effectively to live audiences and to the news media. Whether you are giving a presentation or holding a press conference during a crisis, we help you look your best, create memorable stories and sound bites and deliver winning messages.

Media Training for NGOs

Are you looking for media training for NGOs?

At Media Training Worldwide we conduct media training for NGOs around the world. We have conducted media training for small, medium, and large NGOs plus most major United Nations agencies. NGOs often face huge media events and interview opportunities that can shape world opinion and policy. But most NGOS do not have multi-million dollar marketing/advertising/public relations budgets. That's why every interview an NGO executive gives must be as well-done as possible.

At Media Training Worldwide, we teach NGO leaders how to do the following:

1. How to look comfortable, relaxed and confident on camera, and in your own style and appropriate to the circumstances.

2. How to shape a clear, understandable message that can be delivered in 30 seconds. Too many messages is the same thing as no message.

3. How to answer questions in an interview. Of course you want to be responsive to reporters, but you must also promote your own relevant messages.

4. How to package your message points with sound bites and then deliver those sounds bites throughout the entire interview in order to get the exact quotes you want in the final story.

Our whole media training process is geared toward helping you get the exact quotes you want in the final story--nothing less.

We realize that budgets can be tight at NGOs, so we have programs for every budget, including online on-demand courses, Skype-based video trainings, public workshops and private workshops.

To figure out what is the best media training solution for your NGO, please call us today at 212-764-4955 Media Training Worldwide.

 

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