®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).
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:
- Identify “What Happened?” List the problem areas for training goals and learning objectives.
- Identify the learning methods and activities that best or are most effective in training for the specified area(s).
- Identify the learning materials and learning tools that best train or are most effective in training for the specified area(s).
- Identify the best or most effective methods of documenting the evidence of learning.
- 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.
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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:
- When you disseminate the information you know what they know.
- The training country assists in maintaining power and control over the military, socio-economic, and diplomatic decision-making.
- This allows the training country to develop a positive relationship and influence on the country being trained.
- This allows the training country to reduce the amount of funding and resources & spent on these countries.
- This increases the training countries influence on international voting.
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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Each of these styles of decisions making leadership depend on:
- The amount of time for planning
- How much information the followers have
- How much input the followers have
Tell- in emergency situations- you do not have time to ask how someone feels about the situation. An example is a fire, earthquake, or other emergency situations.
Sell- this is usually used when a decision comes from upper and executive management, the individuals do not have input, and will have to follow the decision wether they like or agree or not.
Consult- this is usually used when there is time to plan for a situation, forecasting. The Leader consults with others, others that have enough information to help make the decision.
Join- this is usually used when the Leader and those consulted have enough information to both make the decision, the Leader is giving up all the control of the decision and is joining others to make the decision.
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There are different levels of management within companies. Lower, Middle, Upper, and Executive Management. To manage something according to Funk & Wagnalls New Comprehensive International Dictionary of the English Language is to direct or conduct the affairs or interests of : to control the direction, operation, etc., or, as a machine. Something manageable is capable of being managed; tractable; docile.
Management is the act or “Art”, or manner of managing, controlling, or conducting, and the skillful use of means to accomplish a purpose.
Each level of management has a different purpose to accomplish. As a manager, it is important to know the company mission, purpose, and direction.
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