Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Media skills training held for senior professionals

IRRI holds Media Skills Training (MST) for staff on 27-29 November 2013 at headquarters.

The workshop aims to help the participants to take control of the media “transaction” through intense preparations and delivery techniques. It also enables participants to devise a robust strategic position that can be delivered in any media situation; perform in a more confident and comfortable way in front of reporters, microphones and cameras; and, recognize how their voice and body language can help or hinder a media performance.

First batch of participants include Rowena Baltazar (PBGB), Marileth Enriquez (DER), Tsutomu Ishimaru (PBGB), Janelle Jung (TC), Hsiang Chun-Lin (C4), Rexie Jane Parreno (PBGB), Julie Mae Criste Pasuquin (CESD), Reianne Quilloy (CESD), Bushra Rahman (IBO), Bjoern Ole Sander (CESD), Alexander Stuart (CESD), Leigh Vial (ES). Second batch of participants include David Johnson (CESD), Antonio Lambino (CPS), Julian Lapitan (NPR), Rakesh Kumar Singh (PBGB), Reiner Wassmann (CESD), and Robert Zeigler (DGO).

The three-day session was facilitated by Andy Hitchcock and Andrew Ogden of Broadcast Media Services (BMS). BMS is an award winning corporate video production & media training company.

The workshop was organized by HRS-People Development Services in partnership with Communications office (formerly Public Relations office).

For inquiries on future Learning & Development (L&D) Programs, please contact HRS People Development Services at irrihrs-opds@irri.org or access the Learning & Development online calendar at irri.org.

Workplace Communications Article 2013-102

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