Your Favorite Blog Posts From The Newman Group

lynda_carter_as_wonder_womanNext week we’ll enter our fourth year of blogging about topics designed to help you to become a more confident and polished speaker in presentations and media interviews. Guest authors also added their valuable perspectives.

You’ve helped guide us to the topics of most interest by your comments and the traffic each post generated. We’ll take this into account in planning our topics for 2015.

Drum Roll for the Top Three

Our tabulation revealed the top post by traffic: What is the Role of the Moderator in a Panel Discussion? …Read more…

Think Before You Speak Because You Can’t Hit Rewind

Think Before you Speak words on Road Sign and Stop SignDo you have a loose tongue? Do you open your mouth and start making indiscreet and potentially embarrassing remarks that will come back to haunt you? You can avoid what’s also called “diarrhea of the mouth” by thinking before you speak.

Were They Ever Sorry

Two public figures learned this the hard way. Emil Michael, senior vice president for business for Uber, the ride-hailing company, recently said Uber was considering spying on journalists it considers unfriendly to the company. …Read more…

“Wow” Them in Your Next Video Job Interview

As if being interviewed in person isn’t pressure enough,business man working on laptop with Colleges indoor job candidates these days often find themselves in the hot seat doing video interviews on Skype.

It’s a simple and relatively cost-effective way for employers to weed out applicants. Why fly someone from one coast to the other only to find the candidate is the wrong fit? …Read more…

NBC News Creates a Communications Crisis in Firing David Gregory

BusinessmanWell, NBC has done it again. Network executives were underhanded and devious in the public firing of David Gregory as the host of Meet the Press just as they were in bouncing Ann Curry from the TODAY show.

Chuck Todd, another former NBC White House correspondent, will replace Gregory.

A Brewing Crisis

As you might expect, the media jumped on the news and pummeled NBC, turning the firing into a major …Read more…