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DAY 2 Session 5. How will I get support for my proposal? Within my association. Outcomes for participants. At the end of this session participants should be able to: Understand the importance of relationships and their management in obtaining support for their association’s proposal

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day 2 session 5

DAY 2 Session 5

How will I get support for my proposal?

Within my association

outcomes for participants
Outcomes for participants

At the end of this session participants should be able to:

  • Understand the importance of relationships and their management in obtaining support for their association’s proposal
  • Develop strategies for obtaining support for their association’s proposal from within the association
preparing for the activity
Preparing for the activity

In the activity you will:

  • Identify the key people to target in your association for support for the development proposal
  • Identify what you need from each of them
  • Identify communication methods for obtaining their support
relationships
Relationships
  • Relationship building – or networking – central to gaining support for the development proposal
  • Good communication central to relationship building
elements of a successful relationship
Elements of a successful relationship
  • Loyalty
  • Trust
  • Respect
  • Effective communication
  • Willingness to learn and adapt
  • Ability to see things from another’s point of view.
communication strategy
Communication strategy
  • Identify the key association people you will need to target, to support your proposal
  • Develop strategies for maintaining and balancing disparate/diverse views
  • Creating and maintaining communication networks
  • Identifying a single spokesperson, or a small number of key spokespeople -ensure that communication is frequent and informative.
communication methods
Communication methods
  • Letters
  • Submissions
  • Meetings – one-on-one or groups
  • Emails
  • Petitions - online
  • Personal approaches are most effective.
tips for effective communication
Tips for effective communication
  • Don’t overstay the allotted time if you are granted a meeting
  • Keep to message
  • Leave your contact details
  • Follow up with a thank you
  • Keep your group small
  • Plan ahead what you will say and who will say it
tips for effective communication1
Tips for effective communication
  • Send a briefing on the issue and opportunities for partnership
  • Refer to the briefing sent ahead, but don’t read it at a meeting
  • Follow up as agreed in a timely manner
  • Evaluate outcomes afterwards – how can you improve next time
who will be involved summary
Who will be involved - summary
  • Who is the target audience of the project? Who will benefit?
  • Who are the stakeholders? (Those with a vested interest)
  • Which stakeholders might you collaborate with on your proposal?
internal relationships
Internal relationships
  • Key groups
  • Work colleagues
  • Board and key committees
  • Members
measures of success in gaining support
Measures of success in gaining support
  • Key people understand what is being asked of them
  • Key people are engaged
  • Your association is committed to support the proposal
  • Key association personnel are willing to be involved in actively supporting the proposal within their roles and functions
activity key internal people
Activity – key internal people
  • Work in association or regional teams, using proposal handout.
  • Identify the key people to target in your association.
  • What do you need from each of these people
  • Identify communication methods for gaining their support for the proposal – letter, meeting etc
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