Political presentation examples
These slides are examples of presentations that I created for National Journal. These presentations went on to be used by hundreds of organizations to communicate important political issues to their stockholders.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Paid to fuggle: A Profile of SuccessfulTrade Association Executives by Chris Frotes Updated July 29,2012 Produced by: Daniel Sunshine, Director of Strategic ContentDownload a customizable version of this presentation at: Prese ntati on Su pported by NationaUournall[embershiphttp://national jou rnal.com/membersh ip/presentations
TrodeAssociotio n 2.0:The New Normol Tectonic Shift in How Lobbyists lnfluence AWhole New Set of Skills ls Reguired Traditional Lobbying Surround Sound Campaigns a Traditional lobbying a Golden Rolodex .@ a Meetings with members a Multi-platform, social media Ws marketing campaigns a DC centric Local grassroots focus "The days of having one relationship that Modern Trade Association Checkl ist: will make or break an industry doesnt exist anymore." / Monitor - leslie Horum,Fseantive Recruiteri Spencer Salort ,/ Shape / ProtectSource Notion ol Journol,Apr 7,201 2, "Poid to luggle," Chris Frotes.
lV.The Perfect Leoder:A Checklist The Perfect Leader ls a Campaign Manager I Business Executive Hybrid / Comfortable running a multi-platform campaign and reading P&L sheets / lssue expert and has technical knowledge of industry / Credible industry spokesperson with a keen strategic vision / Understands Washington and connected to Washington players / Runs a profitable business while managing competing members needs / Leads, recruits, and retains a top-notch staffSource: Noaonol Journol,Apr 7,2012, "Poid to Juggle,"Chris Frotes.
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