Candidate and Volunteer Training
First-time and prospective candidates for public office, their family members and even the most seasoned political office holders will find New Strategies Group's candidate training provides them with the tools and the confidence to enhance their chances at winning.
For prospective candidates NSG walks you through potential pitfalls and advantages of running for office as a first-time candidate. We help you, your close advisers and spouse and family members gain a full appreciation for the process and its impact on all involved parties.
We also provide counsel on how to develop successful, cost-effective campaigns including keys to developing an effective campaign message, how to build a winning strategy and institute tactics to advance your effort, the role of campaign staff and consultants in the campaign structure, critical communication tips, essential pointers on speech presentation and debate performance and the role of candidate spouses and families in campaigns for public office.
At the end of our training you will have the tools and the confidence to make that initial run for local office, make a move to higher office or even make a bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
Volunteers and community leaders are the lifeblood of conservative politics. These individuals brave the elements to block-walk, poll-watch and collect petition signatures. They're also the front-line of any good candidate or issues campaign and the lifeblood of many politically oriented non-profit organizations. There is nothing more effective than a well-trained conservative activist. That's why New Strategies Group has designed a volunteer training program to assist local and state political parties, statewide and federal campaigns for political office and other groups of like-minded conservatives train their grassroots leaders for the political battles of today.
We customize our training presentations and recommendations to our client/partner's needs because we recognize how you engage in grassroots politics is different in Manhattan, Kansas than it is in Manhattan, New York. Training topics range from volunteer guides to media relations and how to recruit, train and organize your neighbors for action.
We provide the workbooks, discussion topics and sound counsel while you need only worry about designating a meeting location and inviting key and future leaders. And we return free of charge in three months (or sooner depending on the nature of your needs) to conduct a follow-up question and answer session with the original presentation's participants. This allows us to initially provide recommended approaches and later gauge the progress of the participants and continue to develop their skill-sets on an ongoing basis.