Tags: communications skills
Top Glove’s Dr Lim Wee Chai scores a knockout with his glove
Dr Lim Wee Chai of Top Glove dons a glove and talks clearly about his company's ambitions
Jerome Tan: How candid should you be in bankruptcy
It's easy to say authenticity in media interviews is important - until you are a bankrupt. How candid should you be about your negatives. Jerome Tan, Founder of PIP Holdings, shows the way.
Can you tell what is wrong with this interview?
In sifting through dozens of media interviews to find candidates for the Hong Bao Media Savvy Awards, we see both good media appearances, and those where there is room for improvement. Like this one.
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.
Cecily Ng: The right recipe for coffee with the boss
With a dynamic vibe and confident energy in her interview, she gave the caffeine a miss at the end of CNA's "Coffee with the Boss" interview.
Ho Kwon Ping: no-nonsense media presence builds credibility
Ho Kwon Ping's no-nonsense interview style builds credibility.
Candice Ong: the whys and hows of strong new media interviews
Candice Ong communicates her points credibly, substantively and clearly, making her a worthy shortlisted candidate for the Hong Bao Media Savvy Awards 2018.
Kurt Wee: you don't need to be big to be media savvy
Small & Medium Enterprises are by definition small, but ASME President Kurt Wee demonstrates in a TV interview that that shouldn't stop you from appearing competently in media interviews. As a role model for the 214,000 SMEs in Singapore, his post-budget interview is a very worthwhile shortlisted candidate for the Hong Bao Media Savvy Awards 2018.