Posts tagged ch3
New Podcast: Being “Good” at Diplomacy

A conversation with a former government minister and his experience working with good and bad diplomats.

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The International Echo Chamber

Talyn Rahman-Figueroa, CEO of Grassroot Diplomat, opens the window on the lack of intelligent diversity in diplomacy. See what she means in her latest Founder's Blog.

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Zero Kazama Ending the War of Being Right

What kind of world would we live in if our need for being right was less than the need to be happy? Advisory Councillor Zero Kazama looks into how we can start to appreciate our sense of right and wrong.

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Diving into the Diplomatic Psyche with Dr Linda Papadopoulos

Our goals constitute a large part of what we want to achieve, but how we navigate our way to that result is dependent on our attitude, reaction, and communication with others. As our Advisory Councillor, Dr Linda Papadopoulos provides key insight into the effects of diplomatic psychology in creating successful leaders. 

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Importance of Self-Analysis in Improving Personal Diplomatic Relations

Talyn Rahman-Figueroa, CEO of Grassroot Diplomat, talks about the need to be self-critical to improve how we function at work and in society as effective and empathetic human beings. 2014 was the year of self-development at a critical time when a friend was ready to give up on life. It was a time of reflection and self-analysis all in the name of becoming a stronger person. 

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Who is your Superhero?

Talyn Rahman-Figueroa, CEO of Grassroot Diplomat, reflects on the importance of having a role model and mentor in personal and professional development.

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