PRACTICING EXCELLENCE FACULTY
Tips, Tricks, and Guidance For Interviews & Filming
Supporting faculty to Prepare, Rehearse, and film scripted content
We’re excited and honored to have faculty from a wide range of backgrounds, specialties, and passions join us in coaching fellow care team members through our program content. Watch the following videos to gain a better understanding of the what you can do as a faculty member to learn about, rehearse, and get ready for your tip interviews and filming.
Remember, we’re here with you every step of the way!
Excellent On-Camera Delivery
There are different components that go into an excellent on-camera delivery, such as: your body language, use of hands while speaking, facial expressions, voice projections, annunciation, and pace of speech.
Great STORYTELLING FOR “THE HOOK”
A hook is a really intriguing or ear-catching way to introduce your topic or tip. It can be a story, a past interaction with a patient, or a personal anecdote. A good “hook” will include an element of emotion and authenticity, and allows viewers to feel connected to what they’re learning.
DATA & EVIDENCE-DRIVEN COACHING
It is important that we use data and evidence-based studies to back up the statements spoken in our tips. It builds credibility for our learners, adds depth to our notes, and strengthens our content. You can use compelling statistics to impress a point, studies that have proven or disproven the content you are talking about, or information/reflections from highly respected authors and researchers in your topic.
IDEAL APPROACH FOR HOW-TO STEPS
The how-to steps in our tips provide actionable ways that clinicians can use this tip. It is generally 3 steps of best practices, things to try, what to do, or what to say. Try to use concrete examples of how learners can implement this tip that you are teaching about.
and TAKING CARE OF PATIENTS WHO ARE DIFFERENT FROM US
What to look for: How to steps of ask, listen, accept.
A STRONG “TRY THIS CHALLENGE”
The final component to our coaching tips is our Try This Challenge. This is a call-to-action for clinicians at the end of every tip. It should be a simple and single directive that clinicians can try, share, or do, knowing that small actions can help build lasting and effective skills.