Sports Management

Enhancing the Athlete’s Interview-ability ©

Too often, professional athletes are ill prepared for “on-field” or arranged media interviews (public speaking). And, instead of handling the interviews, competently, athletes get handled by the media. Media interviews should be a great opportunity for the athletes to make favorable impressions on the media and the general audience. And, because they set the tone for athletes’ entire careers, on-the-field and off-the-field, it is imperative that they seek-out professional training, so they’ll be able to handle themselves well, on the phone, in one-to-one interviews, in group situations, and in public speaking.

With so many companies and organizations looking for spokespersons, athletes must be able to present themselves well at every opportunity. By sounding like they know what they’re saying, athletes can set themselves apart from the crowd and develop commercial possibilities and future career opportunities, so that, after they’re on-field days, they can maintain productive standards of living.

By sprucing-up their interviewing skills and taking charge of the process, the athletes will be able to reduce nervousness and produce relaxed presentations, by knowing they have the public speaking skills to talk about what they want the media to know…without  scripts or notes. And, this training is available, today, from the FULL VOICE™ Vocal Communication Method©.

Athletes will come away with skills and insights they can put to use, immediately:

  • to find their voices’ clear channels to other people.
  • to enhance their personal brand images, so people will take them more seriously.
  • to make direct eye contact effectively, so their listeners will know they are talking to them.
  • to enhance interviewing skills, so they’ll be able to listen non-judgmentally and be able to respond appropriately.
  • to bring their physical movements into sync with their minds, so they’ll appear together.
  • to express themselves in meaningful statements, so they’ll be understood the first time, more often.
  • and, to trust their minds to give them the words, so they can unscript their conversations and act more authentically.