A customized coaching session designed to enhance your professional presence online and offline
Training Consultant, Dan Winters, presents insider secrets on projecting the most professional online presence. We live in an era of communication fueled by technology. The instant upload of ideas and opinions makes everyone a potential spokesperson. Few recognize the tools necessary to navigate external communications and enhance professional presence. Upload, led by award-winning news anchor and Tero Consultant, Dan Winters, provides communication and social media coaching essential to representing yourself and your organization consistently and effectively across all platforms.
In coaching, participants will:
Understand differences between journalism and media, and how the two intersect.
Learn appropriate (and inappropriate) ways to interact with professional journalists.
Learn to relate, not manipulate the message.
Discover how to communicate your message and values without dodging questions.
Explore how to turn your perspective and expertise into a resource for journalists.
Practice and identify successful on-camera communication and ways to improve.
Learn to avoid potential pitfalls of social media.
Establish an appropriate and consistent presence on social media.
Understand what your organization's social media policies mean for you.
Dan Winters is a news anchor and reporter at WHO-TV, the NBC affiliate in Des Moines, IA. He joined the Tero Team as a training consultant in 2017. As a working journalist with 20 years of TV and radio news broadcasting experience, Dan has interviewed thousands of people, including presidents, entertainers, athletes, and convicted murderers. He has mastered the art of authentic communication in an artificial environment, and he is eager to share that expertise with Tero clients.
Dan's holistic, values-based approach acknowledges the vital role journalism plays in our society. Clients learn how to relate and communicate, instead of how to manipulate. They learn how to identify true journalism hiding among the volatile media landscape. Dan also helps clients understand ways in which they, themselves, are members of "the media," whether or not they realize it.
Dan has received numerous professional and philanthropic awards, including Regional Emmy Awards for news anchoring, best newscast, and investigative and feature reporting. He serves on the Advisory Council for Iowa State University's Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication.
For more information, contact: Ann Block, Vice President, Client Relations, Tero International, Inc. | Phone: 515-221-2318 (ext. 204) | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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