(Formerly Media Skills For Women)
DO YOU FEEL CONFIDENT IN FRONT OF AN AUDIENCE?
CAN YOU BE YOURSELF?
Rosalind Adler and Lea Sellers offer Communication and Media Skills training designed to boost confidence and encourage authenticity.
In our practical training sessions we help clients expand and polish their communication skills, get the best out of themselves and develop personal authority.
We also explain the media and give tips on preparing and delivering media interviews.
We advise on key messages, writing press releases and communication strategies.
Clients include Deloitte, Morgan Stanley, Linklaters, Norton Rose Fulbright, Allen & Overy, Royal Mail, MOD, KBR, Mitie and Buckingham Palace.
We are based in London and travel world wide.
C O U R S E S / W O R K S H O P S
Tailor-made courses on personal impact, building confidence, media training, presentation skills, public speaking and the imposter syndrome.
We use practical exercises, including drama techniques, to help clients excel in communication skills. We can record people on camera with playback and analysis.
T A L K S
We give talks on the Imposter Syndrome and on Gender Differences and Confidence.
T E L E V I S I O N S K I L L S
We offer training in television skills, including voice training, for presenters and producers. Clients include ITV News and Channel 4 News.
The Confidence People is an associated organisation of the 30% Club
Rosalind Adler specialises in communication skills. Her training work is informed by her parallel careers as actress and writer. Ros teaches all aspects of public speaking, including voice production, effective communication and interaction with others. She has a Cambridge University MA in Modern Languages. She also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Voice Studies from the Central School of Speech and Drama.
"Ros is excellent at bringing out the very best in all the candidates - entertaining and a great trainer." Islington Council
Lea Sellers is a media trainer and television consultant. Drawing on her experience as a producer on programmes such as Question Time, Newsnight and Channel 4 News, her media training focuses on explaining how the media works, advising on appearance and honing communication skills so that clients can face the press, radio or television with confidence. Mock interviews can be done on camera and played back to provide constructive feedback and analysis.
"I worked for many years with the exceptional Lea Sellers: what she doesn't know about the media isn't worth knowing!" Jon Snow, Presenter, Channel 4 News
"I am delighted with your training.
You and your camera were wonderful and gave me bags of confidence for ‘Question Time’."
Harriet Sergeant, journalist, author and BBC 'Question Time' panellist
“The speaker was superb. The content was spot-on and very insightful
and generated a lot of thought-provoking discussion.”
Defence Science & Technology Laboratory, MOD
"A fantastic talk on the Imposter Syndrome,
full of useful tips and interesting observations.
It provoked lively debate."
London Women’s Forum
"A very interesting set of very practical and actionable insights."
J. Stern & Co
"Very helpful all round. My heartfelt thanks."
Jane Scott, UK Director, Professional Boards Forum
“Brilliant. You have equipped us with absolutely essential communication skills
and really valuable, illuminating insights."
Dr. Maggie Holgate, Strategic Director, DigiSmart
"A terrific team"
Jon Snow, Presenter, Channel 4 News
"A very useful course – it was fantastic to have the content so tailored to our needs."
Julianne Miles, Women Returners
“Thank you so much for the day. I found it extremely useful and fun.”
Debbie Simpson, Institute For Continuous Improvement in Public Services (ICiPS)
"I learned so much and now feel
very comfortable and confident when I give presentations."
Dr Kathy Bland, Project Director, North East Shared Services Project
"Really helpful and honestly I took away so much from the session - have
been applying my new skills daily."
Ayesha Pakravan-Ovey, CEO, The Plattery and Vital Meals
"Really excellent and left me with plenty to work on."
Melanie Gee, Senior Adviser, Lazard