Our performance directors have decades of experience between them in front of camera. From fronting award winning TV and hosting corporate events to adjudicating UN conferences, our top team is perfectly placed to draw out the best version of you
We ensure our performance training is all about you. You are the one who has to be confident and ready to deliver your message so every session is tailor made to cover your individual needs
We have access to a wealth of talent to compliment your training needs. From cameramen and women to editors and make up artists, our pool of experts are ready to ensure your training experience is as professional as it can be
We adopt an holistic and bespoke approach to training because we know that you have to identify and maximise what makes you unique
The passion and flair you have already exhibited in your profession will be explored and channelled into your presentational style
We want to unleash your natural charisma whilst ensuring that you are fully camera ready for any broadcasting eventuality
So you’ve made the transition from our professional life to TV pundit, contributor, expert and now you’re being asked to host big live events and award ceremonies. Have you got what it takes?
It’s your job to connect with the audience, instil energy when it’s lacking and fill any gaps as winners make their way to the stage, keeping everyone entertained and engaged, even through the driest of events
And all that whilst using multiple cameras, multiple autocue screens and dealing with any technical mishaps and surprises that are inevitable in any live event
Have you prepared for the worst possible scenario for your company? Do you know who’s going to face the media, whether it’s TV, radio, being doorstepped or papped outside your front door?
The only way to be ready for the unexpected is training, training, training. We’ve all seen how not to do it, so make sure that’s not you… repetition is key
Regular training with our experts is the only way to make sure you can deal with your company’s worst day without becoming the news yourself