• Campaign Job Descriptions: Winning campaign Team = Clear Campaign Roles

    May 30, 2022 by Phoebe Retta (she/her)

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    Campaign Job Descriptions To Build My Campaign Team.

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  • Campaign staffers: Robinson’s Rules for Campaign Staff (and TCW)

    Jul 27, 2021 by Joe Fuld (he/him)

    Campaign Staffers

    Reflecting on Robinson’s Rules for Campaign Staffers

    Will Robinson of the New Media Firm penned his rules for campaign staffers over 25 years ago and they are truly words to live by. 

    Over the years, these rules have saved money, time and jobs for many campaign staffers who have heard and lived by them. Whether you are working on a candidate’s campaign, ballot measures, or independent expenditures, these campaign rules will help.  

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  • Starting a Campaign: What Every Staffer Should Know

    Jan 11, 2016 by Ben Holse (he/him)

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    Tips for Starting A Campaign

    Starting a campaign is a huge challenge and will prove to be much different than any other job you've ever had. It is hard work and you don’t get to clock out like you would a regular 9 – 5. Starting a campaign means being fully committed and putting the rest of your life on hold. Below are a few other things that every staffer should know before starting a campaign.

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  • How to Say Goodbye to a Great Employee

    May 22, 2015 by The Campaign Workshop

    Time to Say Goodbye to Your Employee

    When someone leaves your business, as the proprietor, there is an instinct to feel rejected and think, “I must have done something to make them leave."  When people leave my business, I have these thoughts as well. Having an employee leave your company is never easy, but having good employees ultimately means opportunities will come knocking. With that said, here are a few tips I have used over the years when an employee is about to leave.

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