Clarity Business Solutions
Business Training in Sydney
AddressLevel 5, 249 Pitt St. Sydney. Sydney, NSW, 2000.
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Media training, crisis media training and business communication training. An MBA trained preceding management consultant with more than 25 years’ experience in journalism, Geoffrey has a unique perspective on how to engage strategically and effectively with the media. His disciplined and proven approach has helped hundreds of senior executives improve their media performance. Geoffrey began his career in banking, prior moving to technical analysis and then to the media. He is in demand across Australia and the region, helping to precede organizations guard and urge their reputations. In Australia she has worked for Sky News and a range of independent production companies. Her accepting of how journalists operate and her analysis of story lines, interview performances and potential pitfalls is speedy and insightful. Bernard O’Riordan’s dense duty journalism career, spanning more than 20 years in international business media, gives him the insights, confidence and credibility to equip participants to regulate even the toughest media interview. Bernard has a automatic news sense and intimate understanding of how newsrooms work and what motivates journalists. So he helps you receive complex, abstract and technical subjects and Saks them interesting and pertinent to any audience. Bernard has been working with Clarity since 2004.
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