Some people have a way of making themselves the center of events and others seem more comfortable playing the background.
Take a fast look at this photo from Country Aircheck weekly. Where do your eyes go? Which personalities do you want to identify?
Small wonder the ACM judges liked Bobby Bones' entry in spite of how new the team is to country radio. Clearly what they learned doing CHR in Austin is paying off in their new format home.
Some people stand in front of the remote booth engaging listeners directly, while others prefer to hide behind the station banner.
Most of us try to hide from the camera when a lens is pointed our way.
That's not the business we're in.
These are learned skills and if your team doesn't seem to understand that appearances, stunts and awards are an opportunity to be maximized, it's time ot teach them.
We are in a very competitive business.
Do your personalities act like they don't realize this?
If you need help with teaching the facts of show biz, we can help.
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