TV interview is business as usual for Ho Meng Kit
SBF CEO Ho Meng Kit strikes the right balance between responding to contemporary news flow and delivering his messages.
Anthony Tan grabs our attention with interview about Uber merger
Uber's sale of its Southeast Asian assets to Grab has people worried prices for shared rides will rise. Tan's calm demeanour is exemplary for any local business leader who has a chance to grab the headlines.
Razer CEO makes TV interviews look like child's play
Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan was looking sharp on CNBC leading up to Easter, making him this week's shortlisted candidate for the Hong Bao Media Savvy Awards 2018.
Ho Kwon Ping: no-nonsense media presence builds credibility
Ho Kwon Ping's no-nonsense interview style builds credibility.
Nine pointers for women executives appearing in the media
Some practical pointers for women executives apprehensive about appearing in the media
How to win at interviews, even if English isn't your first language
APAC Realty's Jack Chua didn't let anything get in his way to demonstrate his expertise.
Henry Chu: BreadTalk CEO on a roll in CNBC interview
BreadTalk Group CEO Henry Chu serves up strong responses to difficult questions on live TV
Are you a demanding boss, Lee Lik Hsin?
He probably is, but when your boss exudes authenticity and empathy on camera like he does, it's difficult to be angry. A worthy candidate for the Hong Bao Media Savvy Awards 2018.
Five lessons the new George Clooney movie Money Monster teaches us about crisis communications
In the movie Money Monster, a corporate spokesperson is under intense pressure to deliver answers live on television, while the TV anchor she is speaking to is being held hostage by a gunman. How would you react in such a situation?