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New York, NY • December 5, 2013
<b>Media Training Session with Mary Civiello and Jane Hanson</b> Want to add impact to your communications? Whether your are delivering a presentation on video, participating in a meeti...
Thursday, December 5, 2013 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM ESTAllianceBernstein
1345 Avenue of the Americas (at 55th Street)
New York, NY 10019
<b>Media Training Session with Mary Civiello and Jane Hanson</b>
Want to add impact to your communications? Whether your are delivering a presentation on video, participating in a meeting to update managers on an initiative, or trying to persuade in your personal life, you need to make sure that you are clear, concise and compelling!
No matter how experienced you are, the goal of the upcoming session is to help you become an even better communicator and have fun in the process. Through a combination of real life business exercises, feedback from coaches and colleagues and a best practices tutorial, we will help you identify your strengths and opportunities to take it up a notch. Then we will introduce strategies, tips and techniques that can optimize your communication.
A few attendees will be selected to present for 5 minutes on video. We will review the videos and focus on executive presence style tips: the Visual, Vocal and Verbal elements of style.
<b>About Mary Civiello:</b>
Mary Civiello is president of Civiello Communications Group (CCG), a leading executive communication consultancy. As a coach, Mary has provided presentation and media support to top executives at some of the world’s largest organizations ranging from American Express, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Accenture to Siemens, Merck, and Time Warner. She also supports leaders of not for profit groups ranging from the United Nations to the March of Dimes and the United Way. Dubbed the corporate executive’s “Communications Guru” by the New York Times, Mary is the author of Communication Counts: Business Presentations for Busy People. She regularly contributes to Postcards, a Fortune magazine blog aimed at top executives. In her two decades as a journalist in New York, reporting and anchoring the news for WNBC, CNBC and MSNBC, Mary won six Emmys. She has led communication seminars for Columbia University, and is in demand as a TV news guest commenting on candidates’ or CEOs’ communication style.
<b>About Jane Hanson:</b>
Award winning television journalist, Jane Hanson, brings over 30 years of reporting experience to CCG’s media and presentation coaching team. She has coached CEO’s and chefs, editors, publishers, top financial advisors, world renowned physicians and government leaders. As a media and presentation trainer, Jane’s clients include top executives at American Express, Morgan Stanley, Siemens, Watson Pharmaceuticals, General Electric, Conde Nast, the United Nations, Liz Claiborne, Parade Magazine and Pandora Radio. One of her specialties is understanding what works in the media and in business presentations.
Jane has spent most of her journalism career at NBC, where she began as an anchor and correspondent for WNBC New York in 1979; she has won nine Emmys and numerous other accolades over the course of her broadcast career
If you have questions please don’t hesitate to contact Tory Anderson, business manager on the CCG team. She can be reached by email: email@example.com
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