Interview readiness is all about creating your key messages, knowing them inside out, and delivering them repeatedly in a memorable way, without losing enthusiasm for them.
With Leeann’s proven instruction, attendees will have the storytelling tools and information that they need.
In this fast-paced 60-minute webinar, attendees will learn about query response and key message delivery, and best practices. It’s a quick hour, so she will go over the topline tips for interviews, to help you be ready no matter the medium. Also covered are the best practices and practical tips on how to address VIP visitors, how to put your best face forward on a live chat (they are here to stay), how to command on a panel, and how to behave on camera.
- What a press kit should include
- A checklist for when the media query
- Have storytelling tools and information that you need to effectively communicate with media
- Best practices for being on camera
About Our Speaker:
Leeann Froese, co-owner of Town Hall Brands, has worked to market and publicize companies and individuals from all over the world for the more than two decades, and has been named one of 10 Women in PR That Lead, Inspire and Build Successful Brands, by Women in Public Relations North America and one of 5 Women Leaders Helping Wineries to Be Successful, named by Wine Industry Advisor.
With more than 25 years’ experience, she loves counselling clients and helping them build brand strategies that bring success. Their victories are hers.
As an agency owner and consultant, Leeann is proud to have worked with several companies to assist them with their branding, identity, and story and have produced innumerable projects. She is well known and respected, possesses great relationships, and offers a highly unique skill set as it relates to strategy, marketing, PR, and projects. Leeann loves to address groups— large or small—and is adept at leading projects and client workshops (in person or virtual).
When not working she is volunteering as a member of the BC Hospitality Foundation Industry Advisory Council, and the BC Chapter of Les Dames d’ Escoffier, a society of professional women supporting women in careers related to wine, food and hospitality.