Principles of Leadership Pre-recorded Webinar

Dear Patriot,

No matter if you are in election season or not, it's always good to evaluate as a leader. You must consider what you've done well and where you could have improved.

That's why we are making our Principles of Leadership Pre-recorded Webinar available to you, by completing the form below.

Evaluation is not simply fault finding, it's taking as objective a view as you can on your performance and inspecting the pluses and minuses of what you did.

Remember the four components of leadership. Leaders plan, prepare, act, and evaluate.

Did you plan well for your project?

Or maybe you had a plan, but when it came to preparing lists, money, and people for the fight, you struggled.

During our Principles of Leadership Pre-recorded Webinar, we delve into what it means to be a leader in order to help you evaluate yourself.

We want to help you see your own strengths and weaknesses as a leader so that you can continue to improve and grow as an activist.

Scroll down and complete the form below to gain access to our Principles of Leadership Pre-recorded Webinar NOW.

And right now is the perfect time to evaluate.

You want to evaluate yourself, as a leader, immediately after an election or a project.

If you let too much time go by you'll forget about things that need to be remembered and you might see things differently than you do now.

So, before you viiw this Principles of Leadership Webinar, I want you to take a stab at some self-evaluation first:

  • What did you do well?
  • Where did you struggle?
  • Answer these same questions for members of your team.
  • What are ways to improve in the future?
  • How can you continue to capitalize on your strengths?
  • What are the immediate next steps to implement?

Then, complete the form below to purchase our Principles of Leadership Pre-recorded Webinar.

If you view this webinar having already conducted some self-evaluation, you will be better equipped to catch additional things that need evaluation, while you listen to the lecture and Q & A.

Remember, write down your evaluation. Don't just do it in your head.

And here's something else to remember: if your candidate didn't win, that doesn't mean necessarily that "you failed."

There are plenty of instances where people run great campaigns and still come up short.

When evaluating your campaign the real question is: did you put yourself in a position to win? Were you competitive?

Then, looking at it in that light, work through your evaluation.

Think about bigger, long-term questions as well:
  • How many new contacts did I come away with?
  • How many new donors were IDed?
  • Which donors might I be able to come back to for help on future projects?
  • Who did we develop through this project?
  • Who should I target to transform from project volunteer to indirect path leader?
  • In general, how did I use this as a harvesting opportunity?
  • What do the numbers tell me?

Get access to our Principles of Leadership Pre-recorded Webinar, by scrolling down and completing the form below.

By the way, don't miss the importance of that last question.

Incumbent upon you as a leader is to comb through the numbers.

Each project has the potential to provide you with a brand-new set of data that you need to stroll through.

The path toward better planning, preparing, and acting starts with evaluating.

Your evaluation is going to inform the tweaks you need to make to your operations for future projects, elections and legislative seasons.

So consider how effectively you are using "your tools." Do you wish you had others? How do you get them?

Fill out the form below to purchase our Principles of Leadership Pre-recorded Webinar today!

For Liberty,
Kirk Shelley 
Senior Advisor and Instructor

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