I believe that people need to embrace a goal and believe that they are capable of achieving it in order to be motivated to pursue that goal. I work with my team to develop goals that deliver on business targets and are achievable. By providing the vision, a measurable target, and supporting them with the right tools and information, I motivate my teams.
I find it very helpful to be positive and befriend people over the phone, and establish relationships with individuals, especially if I will be making repeat calls. One time in school, I wanted to take a specific professor for one of his classes, so I e-mailed him prior to class starting, because his class was full. I was able to speak with him and tell him why I wanted to take the class, so eventually I was let into the class.
The most prominent example of internal communications with a Congressional office is the weekly E-Newsletter that reaches over 50,000 constituents. I would inquire into Riot about content regularity (ie updates, programs, and general information), and work with the appropriate departments to establish publication schedules and identifying designs. It's important for the audience to have an expectation for information dissemination, especially internal communication with updates relevant to their departments.
Call 911 if necessary. If 911 is called, contact the safety officer immediately. If not, Get an immediate employee statement and fill out the company injury report form. Inform your supervisor at next opportunity. Submit the injury report to the safety department within 24 hours. Confirm its receipt at safety.
First establish the most important requirements and clarify them to a full extent. Start simple and work your way up on each iteration taking into account scope, constraints, dependencies, and schedule while keeping your eye on the big picture.