Working with Coalitions Pre-recorded Webinar


The Problem With Coalitions

Really bad coalition work is like Thanksgiving with a really dysfunctional family.  Nothing works, and you never want to do it again. 

But unfortunately, you need other groups to help you achieve your goals.  There are some groups you may not be able to reach, and they may have other resources that will help you achieve your goals. 

The question is, how do you make coalitions actually work? 

In this one-hour pre-recorded webinar, you will learn:

> The best way to ask people to talk to their members on your behalf;
> How to use networking to maximum effect;
> What is the absolute wrong way to put together a coalition meeting;
> Why a coalition will NEVER fund anything;
> And much more based on years of experience, some positive, but also some serious mistakes that caused more harm than any potential good that could have resulted.

The Foundation's Senior Instructor, Kirk Shelley, has over 30 years of experience in grassroots politics, working with businesses, as well as with groups in the conservative movement -- and he has done coalition work in nearly every state in the country. 

He will discuss what has worked, and what has not, in advancing the causes he was working for. 

Good coalition work not only helps with advancing your legislative agenda, but it's also important in finding good candidates and even getting you the high-level political information and introductions you need to succeed. 

But when you do it wrong, you will not move your agenda forward.  Instead you spend too much time cleaning up the mess. 

Avoid the pitfalls and start reaping the benefits of good coalition work with this pre-recorded webinar. 

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Contributions made to the Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership are tax deductible.  FACL is a 501(c)3 organization.  The Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership is located at 101 Washington Street, Falmouth, VA 22405.  You may contact us at kirk@kirkshelley.org

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