Presenter Moderator Trainer
Over two decades experience as a news anchor at CNN, BBC and CNBC, a moderator for companies including Bank Julius Baer, SIX and Google, and providing presentation and communications training for C-level executives at corporations such as Credit Suisse, Amundi and Cognizant.
Public Speaking Training
Inform, persuade and entertain any audience be it the boardroom, on-stage or on-screen.
Enhance your storytelling and develop the art of delivering a message with confidence. Whether you’re new to giving speeches or are an experienced presenter, enhance your skills to prepare and present key messages of your story, use visual aids and props, incorporate body language into your presentations, and stillness.
Media training can be highly effective in helping you develop the skills to get your message across succinctly and with impact. And when you are an effective spokesperson, the media will return to you again and again for expert commentary on your area of expertise.
Here are five compelling reasons to consider media training:
- Learn how to speak in a way that people take notice
- Clearly and concisely define your key messages
- Develop prepared responses to difficult questions
- Learn to control the media interview
- You’re less likely to get misquoted.
Master of Ceremonies
Engage an official host for your staged event or performance. Put your audience at ease with a professional and friendly Emcee to introduce speakers, make announcements, and keep the agenda flowing as smoothly as possible.
Amanda Kayne is a news anchor at CNNMoney Switzerland. In 2011 she joined Julius Baer as the communications face of the bank and to lead its global future trends initiative. Previously, the British native was a journalist for the BBC’s World Business Report and a reporter for CNBC Europe. She began her career as a current affairs presenter for the news network Russia Today.
Compering is all about being friendly and spontaneous so that the audience relaxes, and the keynote speakers receive the best welcome possible. All professional events should make room in the budget for a host.