Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Keynote Presentation Rotary District 9460 Annual Conference, Bunbury Entertainment Centre 16th March 2008

Pictured with delegates at the conference.

Keynote Speaker Thomas Murrell
Networking: Repositioning Rotary As The Organisation of Choice For Young People Developing Business Interests.

Key messages:

1. Reposition
2. Engage
3. Brand

For a copy of the program of this conference, click here.

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Keynote Presentation Administrators' Conference, Department of Education and Training, Esperance, March 14th 2008

Key Messages:

1. Focus - you will be judged by all
2. Belief - you will be tested
3. Intent - What will you reward - competence or diligence?

To listen to a similar presentation on how to build, brand and sustain your personal and professional reputation click here, To download the Powerpoint slides click here.

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Keeping Radio Interviews On Track - Department of Agriculture and Food, Esperance District Office, March 14th 2008

Comments from participants (pictured left):

"Fresh delivery, concise delivery, excellent for half-day session" Brendan Nicholas, District Manager

"Non-confronting" Harvey Jones, Economist

"Engaging, energetic, and mass of information" Paul Galloway, Research Officer

"Keeping it real, relevant and relaxed! And the power of 3" Sandra Prosser, Development Officer

"Engaging, funny and good learning atmosphere" Frank D'Emden, Research Economist

"I liked the practice interview" Dr Lee Halton, Veterinarian

"Fantastically focused and great practical course" Matthew Ryan, Development Officer

The three keys for staying on track in radio interviews are:

1. Take control.
2. Use the power of 3 key points
3. Use powerful metaphors

Want help in delivering your message via the media? Our next public course is Tuesday May 13th 2008. Book here.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Media Writing Masterclass: Writing and Pitching Winning Media Releases Perth March 11th 2008

Course comments:

"I liked the ability to ask questions" Jo Chapman, Media and Research, Australian Hotels Association, West Perth

"Relaxed, encouraging, insightful - build up a great base on how the media is run" Indra Lawton, Education Officer, Education Department, East Perth

"Clear and easy to understand, good practical examples from Tom's own experiences" Annie Payne, Owner History From The Heart, Maylands

Book into our next course on May 27th 2008 here.