The Leadership Library® - Help
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Send us an e-mail. Our product specialists are available weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (EST) to answer any questions you may have. The resources below are available free to all users of The Leadership Library®.
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Scheduled at your convenience, you will have one-on-one time with one of our product trainers via phone, or at your office if you are in NYC or DC. You'll receive a demo of how to use The Leadership Library® and have the opportunity to ask questions. Click here to request a free private training session.
Your session can be a basic intro for new employees, or a refresher on features and new material we've added over the last year. We can cover setting up alerts, saving and exporting data, or customizing your online workspace.
How to Contact Members of Congress
During regular business hours, a staffer will answer the general office phone number right away, unless there is high call volume. Most of the time, the people answering the phones are interns or low-ranking staffers, but they will transfer calls to other staffers within the office when asked. Offices rarely provide direct-dials but we list them when possible. To speak directly with the member, it's best to ask to be transferred to the member's scheduler or Chief of Staff.
Speaker of the House of Representatives
Calls made to the office during regular business hours do not get routed to a computer system or go to a voicemail machine, but are answered by a human. Given that it's the Speaker's office, call volume may be high at times.