We understand only too well the pressure you feel to perform your best while sitting under those hot lights.
To put our clients at ease, as well as to manage their expectations, we often share stories from our early on-camera experiences.
After three years of field producing for CNN’s Chicago bureau, Noeleen thought she was ready to go on-camera as a reporter. McGrath was told that she was too young and needed to go to a small tv news market to get her “on-camera mistakes out of her system.”
Similarly, you can’t afford to make mistakes when you’re appearing on-camera to promote your brand, your services or your product, especially if you’re an executive.
Whether it’s an on-camera media interview, a virtual keynote presentation or a video for your company, you have one chance to make a favorable first impression.
As with any new skill, in the beginning, you’re going to make mistakes.
Receive some coaching first. It will make all of the difference. Not only will you learn new skills, but you will find that your confidence will grow much faster with coaching.
We pride ourselves on tailoring every program that we create to fit the individual needs and style of our clients.
Below is a sample of areas that we explore with on-camera coaching:
Anyone who appears on-camera, who would like to improve their skills and performance.
McGrath Comm can help you become a more effective on- camera communicator/ performer.
Whatever your media training goals, we will create an executive media training program to help you become a more effective communicator across multiple platforms and channels. Please click the Learn More link to get started.
Coaching You To Be On Message…. On-Air, In-Person and Online.”