Sarah Travers, the former BBC news journalist and TV presenter, is now the co-founder and director of Bespoke Communications, a leading training and professional development company serving the UK and Ireland.
Over her seventeen years in the newsroom, she covered high profile stories throughout the Northern Ireland peace process, key events like the London 2012 Paralympics and BBC Children in Need.
Sarah currently hosts events nationwide including two podcasts, The Public Eye Podcast and The Lens Podcast for Business In The Community.
She is passionate about communication and helping leaders communicate effectively to their relevant target audiences no matter what the subject area may be.
In this episode, Sarah talks about how she managed family life and a busy high profile career. She shares why she made the move to UTV, life as a freelancer, transferring skills, how her current business came to be and advice on how to have confidence in work and in life. Sarah ends the episode talking about the future of communication and what she thinks it might look like.
E84: From BBC Newsroom to Business Leadership - Communicating for Success with Sarah Travers
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To find out more about Sarah, visit Bespoke Communications
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