WELCOME TO CHAPTER 12:
"Grassroot Diplomat" is the twelfth chapter of the Diplomatic Planner. In this penultimate series, you will learn how to be committed to yourself or the cause of others, picking up strategies on how to cope with high demands, stress, emotional triggers, dangerous situations and conflicting priorities. Staying committed to your cause and becoming your cause will help you to create an authentic brand that is transparent, yet unbreakable. To be resilient is to have a solid purpose and motivation as to why you are doing what you are doing. A grassroot diplomat puts the people's interests first. What does that mean to you? How do you translate this to your cause? How do you define yourself and stand up to critics who do not understand your journey? What are you trying to achieve and whom are you trying to help? This series will help you answer many of these difficult questions.
By the end of this chapter, you will put together a strategy to make you a perfect diplomat. Your clarity of purpose, goals, intentions and visions will define your career and greater role in the world.
KEY FOCUS: strategising to becoming a perfect diplomat, clarity on purpose goals, intentions and vision, defining your career and greater role in the world, carefully crafted personal brand, alignment to mission and vision, representing a global cause with local impact
KEY RESOURCE: Personal strategy, coping strategy, career strategy, becoming a grassroot diplomat
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Must-read introductions to help you make the most out of your foundational training.
Step-by-step guide in essential skills required in international relations.
Downloadable worksheets of practical exercises created for and taken directly from the Diplomatic Planner.
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Curated case studies, providing background information in the successful operation of international relations.
Recommended reading list from established experts to support your growth and development in becoming a diplomat.
Related resources from the Grassroot Diplomat archive to help you better understand your role in the world.