Most communication is non-verbal, so learning how to sit, stand, speak and dress appropriately are important. But this is only one aspect of media training.
At Qorvis Communications, we believe that media training is first and foremost about helping you think on your feet and deliver your message. Our holistic approach to media training ensures that you know how to own an interview so that your message is heard.
Our team’s media specialists, many of whom have spent decades as journalists themselves, have prepared corporate executives, heads of state, ambassadors, professional athletes, community leaders, Nobel Laureates and others to hold their own in any kind of public appearances.
At Qorvis, we believe that media training is about more than learning how to sit, stand, speak and dress appropriately. It is about being able to think on your feet and being prepared to deliver your message. That’s why we take a holistic approach to media training. We want you to look and sound good, but we also want you to know how to own an interview so that your message is heard.
Qorvis’s media specialists, who have spent decades as journalists or spokespersons themselves, have prepared corporate executives, ambassadors, professional athletes, community leaders and even Nobel Laureates for media appearances. We were once the ones asking or answering the hardball questions, so we have an insider appreciation of what you’ll face. Plus, we keep in touch with reporters daily, so our understanding of the latest approaches and techniques evolves with the business. Some of the people you’ll be working with include:
Experience that Matters
Qorvis has worked with clients who are involved in complicated, controversial issues and need to know how best to navigate the minefield that can be the media.
We provide media, presentation and crisis communications training to companies and organizations interested in increasing awareness of their services, accomplishments and capabilities.