To help out our public relations community and in order to share valuable tips among one another, this week’s media relations discussion question was, “What should you do with your hands in a media interview?”
We have all seen politicians, CEOs, executives, and spokespeople use various mannerisms during media interviews. Gestures and hand motions may be subconscious for the interviewee or for a spokesperson, but for the audience, they are noticeable and can even be distracting at times. Should you keep gestures to a minimum? Should you do what comes naturally to you as a speaker?
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