To be successful in the realm of politics, you must be a master not only of the hard, technical skills to organize a campaign, but also of the soft skills to reach out to, interact with, and gain voters.
Learn about an analyst's journey from being terrified of public speaking to winning the great communicator award. Hear from him how to effectively communicate policy, from building an emotionally compelling argument as a policy analyst to communicating that argument well.
More than ever before, strong and honest leadership remains vital to the protection of freedom and liberty. Whether you’re an activist on the campaign trail or leading a club on a college campus, you can be an effective and compelling leader. Watch this webinar for a crash course on leadership.
During this webinar, Dawn Hawkins will discuss the keys to her success as an issue-focused advocate: when and how to hold an elected official or business accountable, how to build a coalition, and how to recruit people to your movement.
Talking about politics can be contentious and often leaves friends and family not talking. Learn how to keep friends while influencing policy in this webinar. Dena Espenscheid brings to us a humor-filled approach to effective messaging.
Watch this webinar to hear how students brought real change to their college campuses. You’ll learn about student activism that's making a difference all over the U.S. and learn tips to take back your own campus (as a current student and as an alumnus).
This webinar is part one in a two-part storytelling webinar series. Watch experienced communicators analyze successful stories and identify ten characteristics of effective stories, the characteristics of a good storyteller, and how stories benefit you and your audience.
Recent years have seen a rise in Absentee Voting. Learn to win the majority of votes on Election Day and the majority of absentee votes. Watch this webinar to familiarize yourself with new technology and data collecting techniques, so your campaign or organization can reach more voters by phone.