In 2018, I was asked to speak to a group of journalists/presenters at an online betting agency about on-air presentation, and pass on general advice on how best to feel comfortable in front of the camera.
Across two sessions, we discussed a number of skills and techniques that help make, what can be a stressful experience, more enjoyable.
The first session involved a number of pointers on how to feel at ease in front of the camera; a group discussion about their individual needs and concerns; as well as critiquing some of their recent work.
The second session was structured to provide one-on-one feedback. This enabled each employee to be given a deeper understanding of their strengths and weaknesses.
As well as helping with their presentation, it was really important to reinforce to the group that no matter their level of comfort or experience in front of the camera, with time and hard work, everyone will improve. And better still, they’ll learn to enjoy the experience.
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