I2M faculty member Brett Kappel of Arent Fox www.arentfox.com advises his clients to create PAC bylaws that suit the political needs and culture of the company. However, Brett says a company can go too far in trying to ensure that the PAC is run consistently with the corporate culture. Here’s what he says about Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s PAC “argument”:Continue Reading →
Do you want instant feedback on your PAC and grassroots program challenges? Then join us at Innovate to Motivate’s® D.C. Town Halls on June 30.
Innovate to Motivate® (I2M) is an annual conference for veteran political involvement professionals. They challenge themselves through a rigorous conference curriculum of PAC and grassroots productivity topics, the science of influence as it relates to PAC and grassroots, and professional development content. A hallmark of the annual I2M conferences is information sharing ...Continue Reading →
Innovate to Motivate, February 8-11, 2011 The Hotel Contessa, San Antonio
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“I have spoken more than 100,000 audience members at more than 600 conferences. Innovate to Motivate stands out because Amy and her team honor the conference attendees by vigorously seeking their opinions and input during every workshop, way beyond traditional Q & A opportunities. This enhances the overall conference experience and increases learning retention.”
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There is no better time to be in New Orleans with Innovate to Motivate®, February 8-11, 2010! The city will be rocking with the excitement of the Saints’ trip to the Super Bowl, and if they win, there is sure to be a big parade – Bourbon Street will never be the same.
We have extended our early bird discount – only $849.00 for PAC, grassroots, science of influence and professional development curriculum! Register and download a complete conference agenda here: ...Continue Reading →
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In 2007, we conducted research (“Winning Hearts and Minds 2007”) with hundreds of political involvement professionals to find out their challenges and success patterns. It’s time to find out what has changed since then, and our results from “Winning Hearts and Minds 2009” will be a workstorm at I2M 2010.
This isn’t a just data dump – I will share with you how to immediately apply the findings to your daily job.
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1. Recognizing the demands of today’s political involvement professionals, you get PAC, grassroots, the science of influence, and professional development curriculum in one conference – a wise use of your time and money.
2. Next level curriculum that teaches the science of influence and how to apply it to PAC, grassroots and lobbying challenges.
3. Opportunity to meet new people through our evening dine-arounds.
4. We give back. Again, in a pioneering spirit, we conduct an optional volunteer afternoon with the Beacon of ...Continue Reading →
Who should attend I2M?
Do you know…
- The difference between a nice grassroots story and a persuasive grassroots story?
- Your four innate strengths and how to leverage them for career acceleration and grassroots and PAC results?
- What labor unions know about fundraising and grassroots influence that you don’t?
- How experienced (over 10 years in the profession) political involvement professionals get internal respect and resources for their function? (New research results!)
- How to be a “type A” person who gets things done without collateral damage to ...
If you have always wanted to help rebuild New Orleans, or just start the New Year out by giving back, I2M is providing the opportunity!
In innovative fashion, one of the signature events of the annual Innovate to Motivate conference is an opportunity to help rebuild New Orleans through an optional volunteer service afternoon with the Beacon of Hope project. This event is being sponsored by our friends and Platinum Sponsors at Executive Communications: http://www.executive-com.com/.
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