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

International World Management & Leadership

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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.

International World Management & Leadership: TMSC’s International Training Goal

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®TMSC’s International Training Goal: To train other countries in socio-economic and international decision-making to regulate laws and participate in international decision-making (United Nations & NATO).

Background:

The most publicized example of the need for the “Key Components” of ®TMSC’s International Training Goal is the Bush Administration and the Panama Canel. As a world “Super-Power” the United States of America assist the United Nations and has major influence on NATO, resulting in a greater international policing responsiblity. To train other countries ®TMSC’s International Training Process is to:

  1. Identify “What Happened?” List the problem areas for training goals and learning objectives.
  2. Identify the learning methods and activities that best or are most effective in training for the specified area(s).
  3. Identify the learning materials and learning tools that best train or are most effective in training for the specified area(s).
  4. Identify the best or most effective methods of documenting the evidence of learning.
  5. Identify the best or most effective evaluation process that determine the effectiveness of the training-1. The effectiveness of the training, 2. The effectiveness of the: Management, Leadership, Supervision, &/or Administration.

International World Management & Leadership: Why Would We Train Other Countries?

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Why would we train other countries in socio-economic and international decision-making? The U.S. has exported millions of dollars in aid for HIV/AIDS, international hunger, and disaster relief. The U.S.  has also requested of the United Nations, more input from other countries to deal with these international issues. Many of the countries needed to assist in the international decision-making process, need effective tools to make decisions that are valued.

The U.S. must also make agreements, that, to do not violate human rights. The  history of racism in the U.S. shows it is known what you are doing because it was done before.

The reasons for ®TMSC’s International Training Process:

  1. When you disseminate the information you know what they know.
  2. The training country assists in maintaining power and control over the military, socio-economic, and diplomatic decision-making.
  3. This allows the training country to develop a positive relationship and influence on the country being trained.
  4. This allows the training country to reduce the amount of funding and resources & spent on these countries.
  5. This increases the training countries influence on international voting.

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Administration/Management Tip From…Nosology

Baselining is also used in administration and management as a way to assess the strengths of an employee or trainee. An example is if one person writes better than another or another communicates better than another, than these baseline behaviors of the employee would be used to delegate responsibilities that causes success to the department, company, organization, etc.

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TMSC International® Management & Leadership: The Political Ruling Structures of the World

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Countries have warred, brought peace, reorganized, and been split. What type of leadership do these countries have? There are several “political ruling structures of the world”, they include:

  • Dictatorships,
  • Republics,
  • Socialists,
  • Communists,
  • Multi-party (democracy style),
  • Nationalists,
  • Monarchies, and
  • Democracies.

Capitalism and Marxism are like the engines that move the political trains. How the economic systems look.

Capitalism (Small Upper and Lower Class, Large Tax Paying Middle Class)

________________________

Rich/Wealthy/Upper Class

Middle Class

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Poor /Lower Class      

Marxist (Moves from Capitalist to Socialist to Communist)

_____________________

Rich Minority_________

 

Proletariat/

Poor Majority

____________________

Dictatorships

The Ruler has absolute power, and they are not restricted by a constitution, laws or opposition.

Republics

Are a form of democracy: political systems where the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them. This includes all or a portion of the population. This political rule is not related to or referring to The Republican Party of the United States of America.

Socialism

Is a political theory advocating state ownership of industry. It includes a cast system, meaning individuals are born into a social class that is based on legacy and bloodline. The cast does not change and is reinforced through religion, educational opportunity, and marriage. Democratic Socialism is the public or common ownership and cooperative management of production and allocation.

Communism

Is a form of Socialism that abolishes private ownership. A Sociopolitical movement a stateless and classless society structured on common ownership, for example: Government Ownership.

Multi-Party Systems

Political systems that have multiple parties and may include communism, which excludes true democracy. An example is India, which has two political parties that are considered communist and large parts of India are considered Marxist.

Nationalism

Is a political emphasizes on promotion of a country.

Monarchy

Is a inherited government autocratic authority. All the political power is absolutely or nominally lodged with an individual.

Democracy

A Government by the people or elected officials. Political governing derived from the people. Stanford’s Universities Model of the four keys for Democracy:

  1. Free and Fair elections,
  2. Active participation of the citizens,
  3. Protecting of Human Rights, and
  4. The Rule of Law.

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivations: How Do Managers and Leaders Balance Them?

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Extrinsic Motivations

Extrinsic motivations come from the outside world. Some call it peer pressure, social pressure, social norms, social values, etc. Many of these terms are looked at as negative. But many of them are necessary for social, moral, and economic stability. The term “pressure” implies that the person wants you to conform to something negative. But in reality, most of the “pressure” is to conform to the “norm” or to become the most “functional”. The highest level of functioning is “success”.

We measure extrinsic motivational success against the outside world, “achievement”, “recognition”, “status”, “promotions”, and “financial rewards”. 

Intrinsic Motivations

Intrinsic motivations come from our inner world. Some call it personal purpose, personal growth, life goals, charity, and social interests. These motivations are not measured against the outside world.

The key is to balance the need for external validation (Extrinsic) with self fulfillment (Intrinsic).

 

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TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Tres Mali Scott on: Experts 123 The Questions and Answer Encyclopedia

Experts 123 The Questions and Answer Encyclopedia has an answer from Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD), “Should the US consider Ethiopia an ally despite its poor human rights record?” This article is also featured on TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leaderships Division’s World Affairs as, “Ethiopia, is the Prime Minister’s Work Progressing.

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