Political Communication and Campaigns 2014-03-18T19:26:27+00:00

Politicka kom2If you are one of the players in the political game, it is no longer enough to have better political ideas or ideologies. It is equally important to well present your goals, decision making processes and political personalities. It this fast, accelerated digitalized world of new media, it is important that every candidate has, from the very beginning, the right “packaging “. Political image is very important, and we can help you build it.

Your words are your mirror image. They emphasize your competence, credibility and have a decisive impact on your listeners and observers.  What being a politician really means, is selling a story. Selling an image. Selling the packaging! Only those individuals who are familiar with and able to cope with the rules of democracy and the media, will survive as politicians and will bite their piece of the political cake. Political Communication does not present only a small segment of political activity, but is rather its integral and crucial part!
What will you learn?

What is Campaign and what does it consist of?
Importance, foundations and elements of the campaign to be considered
Who are the main “players” in the process of political communication
“Rhetoric” as an important part of modern political campaigns
Communication processes
Methods of deconstructing the political speech
Examples of political speeches as part of the campaign
Political debates: types and importance
Negotiation tactics and strategies for political debate
Political communication and the mass media
How do political campaigns affect the mass media [/list]


Who is this Training for:

Political parties,
Political Candidates,
Independent Candidates,
Parliamentary Representatives,
Political Advisors,
Political strategists, etc. [/list]


Three days minimum (4hrs per day), depending on needs of a particular political party .

Important Note: While we understand that most of us are individuals with certain political preferences and personal ideologies, in this capacity, we are primarily trainers and educators of Political Communication. This means that we cooperate with those political parties that pay us for our services, but it also means that we do not favor them nor we work for them (unless otherwise agreed). Upon completion of the training with a particular political party, we are ready and willing take on new trainings with other political parties that express serious interest, need and financial readiness. We do not promote any particular political entity nor do we work for any particular one. Our approach to political parties is not emotional, but rather professional. We also reserve the right to refuse cooperation.