The 2023 election results will set the political scene of the country for years to come.
The appointments at the ballot boxes add uncertainty to the Spanish political landscape, as mentioned in our article.
In May, regional and municipal elections will be held, while December will almost certainly bring the big event: the general elections.
For this reason, this year it is more important than ever to be prepared and anticipate political changes that may affect our activity.
Elections in sight: what to do? is the tailor-made, dynamic, compact and interactive training programme that International Policy Group has developed to help our clients anticipate the changes ahead and adapt their strategies accordingly.
“It is a training plan consisting of short sessions, either face-to-face or online, to facilitate the participation of our clients’ teams,” explains Charlotte Fraser-Prynne, iPg’s managing partner, “What is important is that each session is specific to each client’s objectives, priorities and areas of interest.”
Each session includes time for group discussion, case studies and the participation of policy experts, who offer their insights and answer questions from the floor.
The programme covers, among other topics, changes in the structure and organisational charts of Spanish regional governments, the identification of decision-makers and their priorities, as well as advice on how to create a proposal with political value and aligned with these decision-makers’ interests.
“Building trust-based relationships with political decision-makers is key, and iPg’s training provides tools to better understand how the authorities work and, at the same time, to anticipate changes”, says one of the participants.
To find out more about this and other iPg training programmes, click here.