Corporate communicators and public relations professionals can tell when a spokesperson has not been effectively media trained. They may stutter, say the wrong things, or use fillers like “um,” and “uh.” The use of these fillers may be due to nervousness or lack of preparation.
I’m polling social media this week to hear media relations and communications professional’s best tips for how to stop saying “um” in a media interview.
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