Broadcast pros know that concise, complete stories are key to connect with engaged audiences. Fortunately, the same elements that create compelling stories on-air can be used offline to tell powerful stories that authentically connect with your team, audience and partners.
In this session, you will learn television tips on how to excavate your heartfelt reasons for doing what you do, and how your visibility and vulnerability can allow for more authentic leadership, and leave with a deeper sense of your story in a few sentences. If you're ready to be honest about what really motivates your work, and accountable to that knowledge in service of a greater good, please come!
About Alicia Stewart:
Alicia Stewart is a media entrepreneur, consultant, and speaker. She began her career in broadcast as a reporter/anchor, then worked as a television producer and news leader for esteemed networks including PBS, NBC, and CNN. Her journalism work has been honored with a Harvard Nieman journalism fellowship, and she is a frequent speaker who emceed the 2017 Lean Startup Conferences in New York and San Francisco; keynoted a 2014 Google for Media Conference; and has presented at Harvard University and The London School of Economics and Political Science.
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