was incorporated as a not-for-profit research organization in 1964.
We approach presentations with this unique, producer’s point of view and teach agenda creation, graphic support, delivery techniques and mastery of the all-important Q & A session. The essential challenge of communicating in a crisis is gathering, controlling and disseminating information in a fluid situation.
We offer consultation services to help organizations build crisis communications strategies in advance as well as guidance for clients who find themselves in the midst of critical events.
Formerly the day city editor of the nation’s largest afternoon newspaper and executive producer of Good Morning America, the CBS Morning News and Entertainment Tonight, Merlis conducts all our workshops. An effective presentation is a blend of agenda, materials and techniques; in other words, a performance.
Like a good television show, a compelling presentation performance, uses production values to deliver content.
In October, legislation that would increase the number of available permits was introduced to the New York City Council’s Committee on Consumer Affairs.