Travels From: California
Fees include airfare and ground transportation for events in the United States.
April 28, 2013
April 7, 2013
April 7, 2013
What a difference four years makes. In 2008, the electorate rallied behind President Obama and his deafening call for change. In 2010, voters went the other way, rallying behind the Tea Party and giving the GOP a majority in Congress. The electorate has spoken again - giving President Obama a second term but he will continue to face a divided Congress and a Republican party locked in a crisis of redefinition. A sought-after and experienced political strategist, Murphy brings his trademark humor to help audiences understand the current state of party politics in America. In this highly entertaining and informative speech, Murphy shares what the current news out of Washington means for our collective future.
Veteran strategist Mike Murphy shows business audiences how successful campaigns build a strategy, message and tactics in a do-or-die atmosphere with low budgets and cynical consumers. Designed for boards of directors and executives, Murphy's presentation is customized, based on extensive experience with Fortune 500 firms. Murphy shares:
- How a company can benefit from the same tried-and-true strategies used by campaign consultants
- How to evaluate corporate strategy and adjust as the market demands
- How online grassroots social marketing is not a new concept in the political world and how to use it successfully to grow revenues
The man behind some of America’s most successful political campaigns, Mike Murphy gives an unvarnished and honest look at the Obama Administration, Congress and today’s political environment.
When Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney decided to run for governor, they called Mike Murphy. Murphy’s phone rang because he has a proven track record—26 gubernatorial and senatorial wins. Murphy, the man behind John McCain’s famous “Straight Talk Express,” gives audiences an unvarnished, honest look at American's political scene. Called a “media master” by Fortune magazine, Murphy has a humorous and engaging style that both informs and entertains. A leading television pundit, Murphy is a vocal leader in the discussion of how to reform the Republican party after back to back Presidential defeats. Murphy’s work has caught the eye of corporate America, where he has advised a variety of Fortune 500 companies on policy, public relations and issues of strategic importance. He appears regularly on NBC’s Meet the Press and Today as a political analyst, NPR where he contributes to Morning Edition and All Things Considered and is a contributing editor at TIME magazine, writing the widely followed "Murphy's Law" political column. Murphy also serves as a Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, JFK School of Government at Harvard University.