Effective communication is critical to excel professionally and personally. Learning to give memorable presentations or talk to the media will open doors to career advancement and improve confidence in all aspects of life. Join us with media personality and leadership expert, Marjorie Clifton, to learn how to gain exposure and create visibility with effective communication.
In this workshop you will learn:
- How to own and articulate your expertise
- The critical elements of a memorable presentation or interview
- How to build and customize a clear and lasting message
- Techniques to alleviate nerves and manage difficult questions
- The current media environment and how reporters operate
About Our Trainer:
Marjorie Clifton is principal of Clifton Consulting LLC and founder of SpiketheWaterCooler.com and has over 16 years of marketing, communications and public affairs experience. Since 2003, she has been a consultant for corporations, non-profits, political campaigns and foundations advising them on their strategic communications, branding and women’s leadership strategies.
Marjorie is also a published author, speaker, and media commentator. She regularly appears on CNN, Fox, global television networks and national radio. Her passion is expanding women’s leadership and political participation. As part of this work, she builds and leads global training programs in media, communications, leadership, advocacy and organizing. Her projects have spanned five continents and nearly all fifty states.
Marjorie has worked with a range of clients including C-level executives of Fortune 100 companies, Members of Congress, presidential campaigns, political pundits, faith leaders and advocates. Her clients have included the U.S. Department of State, the Federal Reserve, the U.S. Department of Energy, Coca Cola, Booz Allen Hamilton, Verizon, the American Red Cross, Boeing, General Motors, Pfizer, Ebay, the American Medical Association and the Nature Conservancy.
Marjorie received her bachelor’s degree in Communications and Spanish from the University of Texas, where she is currently a fellow for the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Participation. She has her master’s in acting and corporate theater from Drama Studio London. Marjorie currently lives in Washington, DC.