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Government relations – how to develop successful government relationships across your entire management team

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Date: 21 May 2015 at 04:00 am Presenters Name: Neil Pharaoh. Run Time: 60 Location: Online Materials Price: $40 (in AUD)

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Government is critical as a partner, investor, and influencer for many social purpose organisations, but the process of engaging with Government is often left to one person within an organisation.

The importance of engaging entire senior management teams in government relations is the focus of this webinar and by attending you will be given tips on the ‘how to’ of making government relations a staple of your senior management team.

Delivered by Neil Pharaoh and using leading policy and funding examples this session will cover:

  • why it’s important to focus on government relations and how to focus the whole organisation
  • the role every senior management team member can play to develop successful relationships
  • what elements of a senior management team structure and expertise are essential to developing advocacy campaigns

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is for all leaders and senior managers within an organisation as well as staff and volunteers that have an interest in government relations.

Can’t make the date?

If you pay and register for any of our Executive Webinars, you will also receive the slide pack and full video recording. So if your schedule is tight, you can watch it in your own time.

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Neil Pharaoh.

Neil Pharaoh.

Neil Pharaoh recently relocated to New York where he is Director – Capital & Growth at Akilah Institute for Women. Previously Neil was active in the Labor Party and was the Candidate for Prahran in 2014, and the inaugural National Co-convenor of Rainbow Labor (The ALP Gay and Lesbian Lobby which changed Labors’ position on marriage). Neil has been a successful campaigner in youth, education and child welfare for a number of NGO’s.  Neil regularly consults and volunteers for boards and management around government relations, advocacy and campaigning. 

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