"Talk low, talk slow, and don't say too much." John Wayne
The Political Persuasion Workshop is a 3 part series from 2:00-5:00 PM EDT that provides an in-depth look at how you can design and improve your organization's or campaign's communications.
You will learn how to develop a coherent and compelling message, enabling you to increase your visibility, supporters, and funds. Additional on-demand content, which complements this material, is available to program enrollees.
Ideal attendees for a Political Persuasion Workshop are organization spokespeople, campaign or party communications directors, press secretaries, candidates and elected officials, public policy organization staff, and conservatives who want to present their ideas persuasively.
The Political Persuasion Workshop empowers you with proven methods to be a stronger communicator.
Attendees will learn how to:
• Connect with people
• Craft a message
• Use the right words
• Identify values to communicate
Thu 27: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
This training is online.
"LI training is conservative bootcamp! This training is absolutely necessary for any aspiring leader on the right."
Robert Arnakis is the Senior Director of Domestic and International Programs for The Leadership Institute.
Mr. Arnakis oversees divisions which provide political education and consultation to senior government officials, public policy leaders and influencers. His background includes serving as senior staff to multiple Presidential and Congressional campaigns. Additionally, Mr. Arnakis has consulting experience with multiple grassroots driven organizations.
Mr. Arnakis has provided assistance to NGO's, international political leadership and senior government leaders from nearly three dozen countries. Highlights include: Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, East Timor, Great Britain, Honduras, India, Iraq, Italy, Mongolia, Nigeria, Nicaragua, Peru, and Serbia. Most recently Robert worked with the Prime Minister of Jamaica.
Raised in Lake Tahoe, CA, Robert attended Biola University where he majored in sociology and political science. Robert is married and resides in Springfield, Virginia.