Tag Archives: Art of the Interview

To Get The Most Out of Your Interviews: Prepare….Then Pounce

I have a weakness for alliteration. Actually, it may be more apt to acknowledge an affinity for alliteration in my assignments. So when an aspiring journalist recently asked me to answer some questions about the “Art of the Interview,” a pair of P’s popped to mind. To make the most of our interviews, I told […]

Let’s Face It: A Key Part of An Interview’s `Art’

Someone recently asked me for some tips on the “Art of the Interview.” From a journalistic perspective, I have led all-day workshops on the topic and feel like I barely scratch the surface. So my ambition in this small space will be confined to one key principle that is as elementary as it is overlooked […]