TMSC International World Management & Leadership: TMSC’s International Diplomatic Communication Skills

®TMSC’s International Diplomatic Communication Skills are the first step and a key component in international training and leadership. What countries communicate to one another establishes the relationship and tone of interaction throughout any process, event, or training. The more amiable the countries, the better the relationship and smoother the processes are. ®TMSC’s International Communication Skills:

  1. “What Happened?” Discuss and explain the situation.
  2. What do you thing/feel about the situation?
  3. How does the situation affect your country?
  4. How does the situation effect the international community?
  5. What are the simplest solutions to the problem?
  6. What are the most complex solutions to the problem?*

*The more complex the solution the more likely supervision or limited supervision will occur.

TMSC International World Management & Leadership: TMSC’s International Training Key Components

International World Management & Leadership

This topic is endorsed by TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leadership by Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD), American Theorist.

How can the U.S. train other countries to self-regulate without them, then attempting hostility toward the U.S.?  Bitting the hand that feeds them. ®TMSC’s International Training Key Components for international training of socio-economic and international decision-making to limit supervision or another country or assist in developing independence are:

  1. Diplomatic communication skills.
  2. Identifing real problems, issues, or crisis.
  3. Developing realistic solutions, plans, & interventions to limit supervision or develop and maintain independence.