Channel 9 interviews are conversations. The focus of the interviews are the interviewees, not me. I like to let them guide the conversation. My approach is ask a question, have a chat about it. The conversation happens from there. It's hard to not provide
feedback while listening to the answer (I am a participant in the conversation, after all).
Ok. this make more sense when you put it like that. I guess my only comments is that sometimes the interviews...I mean "conversations" tend to drift.
I think there is a happy medium of preparation, however. I don't want to be overprepared as then the questions will be loaded and obvious. On the other hand, there's nothing wrong with having some good questions prepared and believe or not sometimes I
Thanks, as always, for specific fedback on interviewing technique. Certainly, I have no formal training in this area.