18 coalitions - When you campaign to establish a coalition...

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    When you campaign to establish a coalition the message  you’re sending to your potential allies is that they are important,  they are powerful, and you need their support.  Establishing a coalition is distinctly different than “giving”  through participation or empowerment.  Coalitions are based  on your recognition of others as critical to the political reality of  getting something done.
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    Politically competent leaders understand that getting  initial support is key to getting things done. To establish  initial support for your agenda, you must: A. Establish Your Credibility B. Expected Benefit to Others C. Justify Your Initiative
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    A. Establish Your Credibility
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    There are Four Sources of Credibility: Structure Personal Characteristics Expertise Opportunity Establishing Credibility
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    B. Expected Benefits to Others
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    Expected Benefits and Probability
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