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Aug
14
2:00 PM14:00

Creating a Positive Office Culture

It’s critical that Members of Congress (and their senior managers) take time to consciously think about their office culture. Those who have negative or unproductive work environments tend to experience high staff turnover, low morale, insufficient institutional memory, and a lack of teamwork. In a CMF-SHRM survey of more than 1400 congressional staff, 79% rated their overall office culture as very important to their job satisfaction, but only 41% were very satisfied with this aspect.

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Aug
8
2:00 PM14:00

Are Grassroots Emails to Congress Effective Anymore? (Session 2)

In the early 2000's, grassroots campaigns adopted a new method for influencing elected officials: mass email campaigns. Technology allowed associations, nonprofits, and companies to amass huge lists of supporters and facilitate millions of messages to lawmakers. But, is the era of mass email campaigns' influence on Congress coming to a close? The Congressional Management Foundation is tracking significant changes to the way Congress is interacting with constituents. This means that advocacy organizations need to embrace new strategies that go deeper than open and click-through rates, and the number of form emails sent to Congress.

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Aug
7
11:00 AM11:00

Are Grassroots Emails to Congress Effective Anymore? (Session 1)

In the early 2000's, grassroots campaigns adopted a new method for influencing elected officials: mass email campaigns. Technology allowed associations, nonprofits, and companies to amass huge lists of supporters and facilitate millions of messages to lawmakers. But, is the era of mass email campaigns' influence on Congress coming to a close? The Congressional Management Foundation is tracking significant changes to the way Congress is interacting with constituents. This means that advocacy organizations need to embrace new strategies that go deeper than open and click-through rates, and the number of form emails sent to Congress.

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Jul
19
2:00 PM14:00

Geothermal Technologies Office: Quarterly Update

In an effort to keep the geothermal community fully updated on progress at the U.S. Department of Energy, Dr. Hamm will highlight ongoing efforts within GTO. Additionally, Dr. Hamm will be joined by Kevin Lynn, Grid Integration Director at DOE. Mr. Lynn will touch on the Grid Modernization Initiative (GMI) and how geothermal fits into that picture.

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Jun
1
12:00 PM12:00

Launching your Federal Career: How to Get Started in the Federal Government

AskNot LLC and GAIN  are teaming up again for the next installment of our series focused on helping you find federal jobs, titled “Launching your Federal Career”. This webinar will go through the basics on how to get started, answering common questions, including: How should candidates from the Private sector approach a transition? How should students and young professionals approach the job hunt? How should candidates right from college obtain the experience they need?

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May
31
1:00 PM13:00

How to Create Events Back Home

As Tip O'Neil once stated, "all politics is local." CMF research shows that Members of Congress consider visits to local facilities to be one of the most valuable ways to understand constituent views and opinions – more than any other source of information! This webinar is for citizen advocates as part of the Partnership for a More Perfect Union.

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Apr
27
12:00 PM12:00

Legislative Process 101: Appropriations

Whether you’re new to government affairs and federal funding or an experienced DC insider, the appropriations process can seem byzantine and abstruse. Which happens to make it a perfect subject for the next webinar in our Legislative Process 101 series with GW’s Graduate School of Political Management! John Leggieri, Senior Vice President at Cornerstone Government Affairs and Adjunct Professor at The George Washington University, will walk us through the appropriations process from beginning to end, answering your questions along the way.

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Apr
5
1:00 PM13:00

Reveal of New Social Media Research

Social media has gained a foothold in congressional offices. In 2017, CMF partnered with The National Journal to update CMF's 2014 survey of congressional Legislative Directors and Communications Directors. CMF will reveal new findings about how congressional use of social media has evolved and strategies that advocates should use to engage Members of Congress using social media platforms.

During this program, participants will learn the following:

  • How do staffers favorably and negatively perceive social media?
  • How does Congress use social media to communicate Members' views?
  • When should advocates use social media vs. other forms of communication?

This webinar is for citizen advocates as part of the Partnership for a More Perfect Union. To register or to learn more about the Partnership, please contact Jaime Werner, jwerner@congressfoundation.org.

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Nov
28
12:00 PM12:00

[WEBINAR] Legislative Process 101: Fiscal Cliffs and Debt Limits

Please join the Government Affairs Industry Network (GAIN) and the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) for the second in a series of virtual and in-person events discussing the basics of the legislative process. This hour-long webinar will be a lecture-style presentation by former US Representative Martin Froston the basics of fiscal cliffs and debt limits, including a current state-of-play on where things stand heading into December, followed by Q&A. Be sure to submit your questions to help steer the discussion!

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