Profession government minister

Government ministers function as decision-makers in national or regional governments, and head government ministries. They perform legislative duties and supervise the operation of their department.

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Personality Type

  • Enterprising / Social

Knowledge

  • Constitutional law

    The regulations dealing with the fundamental principles or established precedents which govern a state or organisation.

  • Legislation procedure

    The procedures involved in the making of laws and legislation, such as which organisations and individuals are involved, the process of how bills become laws, the proposal and reviewing process, and other steps in the legislation procedure.

  • Rhetoric

    The art of discourse that aims at improving the ability of writers and speakers to inform, persuade or motivate their audience.

  • Government representation

    The legal and public representation methods and procedures of the government during trial cases or for communication purposes, and the specific aspects of the governmental bodies being represented in order to ensure accurate representation.

  • Government policy implementation

    The procedures involved in the implementation of government policies in national and local governmental organisations.

Skills

  • Apply crisis management

    Take control over plans and strategies in critical circumstances showing empathy and understanding to achieve resolution.

  • Make legislative decisions

    Decide independently or in collaboration with other legislators on the acceptance or rejection of new items of legislation, or changes in the existing legislation.

  • Perform political negotiation

    Perform debate and argumentative dialogue in a political context, using negotiation techniques specific to political contexts in order to obtain the desired goal, ensure compromise, and maintain cooperative relations.

  • Brainstorm ideas

    Pitch your ideas and concepts to fellow members of the creative team in order to come up with alternatives, solutions and better versions.

  • Prepare legislation proposition

    Prepare the necessary documentation in order to propose a new item of legislation or a change to existing legislation, according to regulations.

  • Analyse legislation

    Analyse the existing legislation from a national or local government in order to assess which improvements could be made and which items of legislation could be proposed.

  • Manage government policy implementation

    Manage the operations of the implementation of new government policies or changes in existing policies on a national or regional level as well as the staff involved in the implementation procedure..

  • Present legislation proposition

    Present the proposition for new items of legislation or changes to existing legislation in a manner which clear, persuasive, and compliant with regulations.

Optional knowledge and skills

perform debates represent national interests budgetary principles build international relations monitor political conflicts establish collaborative relations liaise with local authorities apply conflict management political campaigning public law perform public relations present reports conduct public presentations public finance political parties promote political campaign political science perform government ceremonies

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