Communicating Clearly in a Noisy World with Amy Hawkins
Without effective communication, you’re going to lose your race. Amy Hawkins joins us today to talk about her strategies for crystal clear, intentional communication. She’s been in the trenches for over a decade and has a wealth of knowledge to share with us!
Our guest this week is a political communications rockstar from Michigan. I’ve gotten to know Amy Hawkins over the last couple of years and have been continually impressed by her work ethic, attention to detail and the clarity she brings to communication.
Residing in Michigan, she currently serves as Manager for her business Generation Strategies, LLC a communication and marketing group.
Her recent work is encyclopedic and we’ll get into some of the specifics during the interview.
Amy’s background includes over a decade in statewide politics in program development and management, developing multi-faceted strategic plans, event coordination and networking state and national leaders.
She especially enjoys advocating for Responsible Christian Citizenship, the protection, and preservation of America, the importance of the Generations, Biblical Worldview and more effective involvement in the political arena.
Her passions include America, politics, finding ways to support the military and police, educating and equipping Christians to engage in culture, writing, travelling, and drinking good coffee
With that, let’s get to the interview!
What You’ll Learn about Amy Hawkins and Communications In This Episode:
[00:00] Podcast Introduction
[01:45] Amy Hawkins background and how she got started in political communication
[06:40] What was it like to get such an important political role so early in your career?
[10:05] What is Generation Strategies and what do y’all do to help campaigns?
[15:00] How do you help candidates and campaigns build the self-awareness critical to campaign communication?
[42:30] Key tactics to improve your listening skills
53:20 What kind of free resources do you have to share today?
[55:45] Conclusion and Outro