What makes someone a “great communicator”? How do you master tough interviews when reporters ask you “nasty” questions? And what are the tricks to motivating your audience with a killer presentation?
These topics and more are addressed in Jim Cameron’s first book, Off the Record: Confessions of a Media Consultant. Based on his 35 years as a media trainer, prepping C-level executives for challenging media encounters, Cameron also draws on his earlier years as an award winning journalist at NBC.
About the Author
Jim Cameron is best known in Connecticut for his decades of advocacy for rail commuters. He authors a twice-monthly newspaper column for Hearst
CT Media and is a must-book guest for local radio and TV stations. His
success in that field draws very much from the same skills he has taught
hundreds in his workshops over the decades.