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What is a Lobbyist? A lobbyist is an advocate for a particular side of an issue; someone who articulates and communicates the views of a company or organization to outside stakeholders, such as government agencies, trade associations, and legislative bodies.What is a lobbyist and who do they work for?
A lobbyist is an individual that petitions public officials with the intention of directing policy & legislation. Basically, they work for any interest, individual or group that desires to influence the government. Lobbyists will even often pen the legislation on behalf of government officials. That is how deeply entrenched lobbyists can be.What makes a successful lobbyist?
Lobbyists must be very familiar with the topics or actions they support. hey also need to have non-technical skills, known as “soft skills,” to be successful. Here are some common soft skills and traits that lobbyists possess: Negotiation: Lobbyists should be excellent negotiators to influence others and advocate their causes. Lobbyists who work for a specific company or firm may also need to perform negotiations to satisfy all parties.