Government Relations (Ch. 6)

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It takes twenty years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.–Warren Buffett

Definitions:

Lobbying– is the practice of advocating one’s policy position of government officials with the hopes of influencing legislation, regulation, and other government action.

Government Relations– a broader term that includes all forms of lobbying and no lobbying activities that have the ultimate goal of influencing public policy

11 of the best practices of a corporate government relations professional:

1. Shoot Straight

2. Be consistent

3. Know your issues

4. Know your audience

5. Know your “ask”

6. Know your environment

7. Offer Solutions

8. Listen

9. Be adaptive

10. Believe your own rhetoric

11. Play by the rules (and then some)

Source: Reputation Management

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