Grassroots Influence Pulse: Identifying the tactics and practices that predict legislative successJuly 29, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT
The Grassroots Influence Pulse (GRIP) Research Findings, Part 2
According to the biennial Grassroots Influence Pulse (GRIP) survey, there are clear indicators as to which tactics are more likely to provide the best advocacy outcomes!
In May, we shared with you the findings from The Showalter Group's biennial Grassroots Influence Pulse (GRIP) research on the trends in grassroots influence tactics. The response was so positive that we decided to deliver a "sequel" webinar with Amy's answers to the most common questions on the research findings, and her insights on other advocacy research projects and how their findings compare to the GRIP research. In addition to learning the trends in grassroots influence tactics, how advocacy professionals are spending their time, and the ROI of their tactics, you'll learn the activities that are less likely to lead to positive legislative results, and:
- The comments from Amy's interviews with representatives from, according to the GRIP findings, the three most-admired grassroots organizations. . .what keeps them up at night? What do they want to improve upon? Why do they believe they are so admired?
-Whether the most common advocacy communications tactic is considered effective by congressional staff
-Whether advocacy professionals consider legislators more or less accessible than in previous years, and the type of constituents who get access
-How successful advocacy professionals think differently than less successful professionals
And most important, how you can apply these findings to improve your grassroots influence outcomes.
Please join Amy Showalter, GRIP co-author and Principal, The Showalter Group, Inc., on Wednesday July 29th at 12:00 PM EDT for an ASAE Government Relations and Advocacy Professionals Advisory Council webinar where you will learn how to take the guesswork out of your association's grassroots advocacy work and start turning your association's grassroots efforts into grassroots influence.
One (1) CAE credit being sought for webinar.