Training via webcast: Thursday, March 6th, 12:00 - 1:30
Representing Yourself, Your Association and Your Profession Through the Media
Working with journalists is one of the easiest ways to increase your visibility and all of FPA’s. With an ever increasing news cycle and the onslaught of online news coverage, the time is right to learn what you can do to master working with the media to amplify your own exposure and the important role of financial planners.
Join the FPA of Central Virginia for Media Mastery, an interactive, virtual media training presentation on Thursday, March 6, 2014 from 12 to 1:30 pm ET. Completely held online and conducted by Ben Lewis, FPA’s Director of Communication and Public Relations, the training will walk our chapter members through the necessary skills and tactics for working with the media. Ben will cover:
· How to proactively pitch the media to get your stories covered
· How to best prepare for an interview to ensure it goes as smoothly as possible
· How to master the skills needed to perform at a high level during an interview
· How to display great poise when working with reporters
· How to protect your reputation when working with reporters
This training is required for any CFP® member of the FPA of Central Virginia chapter who wishes to be part of the media query system in place through FPA.
Again, this training will be held virtually, which means you will be able to attend from the comfort of your own office or home computer. A few days prior to the training you will receive an email with the necessary login details.
To register for Media Mastery, please contact Mila Spaulding at email@example.com or 804-749-8149.
Here is a sample of topics from Forum 2013
22 Sessions, including:
Asset Allocation Strategy
How to Tell a Great Investment Story
Cutting Edge Tax Planning/Opportunities
The State of the U.S. Healthcare System
Social Security Strategies
Taxes, Oh What Changes 2013 Brings
CFP and CPA Ethics
20 Speakers, including:
Michael Jones, Ken Haman, Michael Kitces, Rick Mayes,
Ned Sledge, Jen Flinchum and Dan Candura