MEDIA TRAINING & COACHING


Improve your skills during media interviews, as well as for oral presentations and public speaking engagements.

Clearly communicating your ideas to a journalist doesn’t come naturally to everyone, but it is a technique you can learn. An interview should allow you to attain your objective(s), both in shaping your message with the interviewer and ensuring that pertinent information will reach their audience. The key is learning the difference between information and communication.

In order for corporate directors and managers to be able to approach and refine their interview technique more confidently, I’m offering media training workshops and public-speaking coaching sessions, both on my own, or optionally in tandem with my brother Philippe Caulier, a successful actor and communications expert. These bespoke workshops are custom designed to fit the individual needs of public-facing executives or media relations teams.

As a complement to my work as a journalist, I organize and run roundtables, seminars and online events.

Please feel free to contact me for any further information via the form below.


Convince with the written word

Communication, like information, cannot happen without the written word. Whether on a blog, social media post, tweet, memo, editorial or press release, all written text requires thought and methodical construction in order to send a clear message to the target audience.

To help you and your teams make convincing cases through the written word, I’m offering individual and group writing workshops built on concrete exercises to help you through the whole process, from identifying your key talking points, to composing and structuring your written text, to copyediting and revision – a step too often neglected.


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    « Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I’ll remember. Involve me and I learn », Benjamin Franklin



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