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… power, money and plain old human nature, it’s not surprising organisations get into trouble trying to avoid a scandal or controversy. It’s difficult — if not impossible — to restore trust with your audience once it’s broken. Courage to be honest One of the most courageous examples of executive communication I’ve ever seen came from the board…
… picked up a trick or two over the years. So here are a few tips that’ll hopefully loosen you up on camera. Tip 1: If you’re going to be on camera, prepare Whether you’re giving an interview “down the barrel”, speaking off the side to the interviewer or perhaps delivering an internal message to your staff “straight to camera”, preparation is vital…
OK, straight up, let me get this out there — this is not how you tackle the tough interview: In all my 25 years in the media, I’ve seen some unusual responses to tough or direct questions, but this response from Australian politician Tony Abbott was the most bizarre by a long shot. But, don’t worry; this blog isn’t about Tony Abbott’s extraordinary behaviour.