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for Business Professionals

Advanced Diplomacy, Protocol & Etiquette

Diplomacy, protocol and etiquette is important because it promotes thoughtfulness, exceptionally good manners, respect, refinement and consistency in communication and can empower officials with critical skills to succeed in today's complicated global networks.

Diplomacy

Protocol 

Communication

Etiquette

About this Course

Protocol is the set of rules which prescribe the conduct or behavior that is accepted by high ranking Government officials, diplomats and dignitaries around the world. Diplomacy is the art and practice of conducting negotiations. It requires having tact and being non-confrontational.

Knowledge in diplomacy, protocol and etiquette is important because it promotes thoughtfulness, exceptionally good manners, respect, refinement and consistency in communication and can empower officials with critical skills to succeed in today's complicated global networks.

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Why Choose this Course 

This Seminar will introduce participants to the ceremonial aspects of protocol procedures, principles and rules that define diplomacy, rules of courteousness in society and respect for precedence. It also seeks to equip participants with the requisite tools to guide them to better understand the expected conduct or behaviour of ranked officials, including managers, and leaders, that they work closely with.


This course is designed to equip you with skills to become thoughtful and empower you with critical skills to succeed in today’s everchanging, multicultural and demanding workplace.

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What you will Learn

At the end of the course, participants should;

 

  1.  Be able to explain the principles and set of  rules that define diplomacy

  2. Be able to react in an appropriate and proactive manner to arising protocol and etiquette related issues and challenges

  3. Be able to apply the critical skills required for hosting important events and dignitaries

  4. Be able to appraise and evaluate securities in protocol

  5. Develop action plans to enhance their written and oral communication skills, diplomacy skills, protocol skills and etiquette skills.

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Who Should Attend

  • Practicing diplomats, civil servants, and others working in international relations

  • International and regional organizations staff, NGO staff

  • Executive/legal administrative professionals

  • Postgraduate students of diplomacy or international relations wishing to gain deeper insight through interaction with practicing diplomats

  • Practitioners in other fields seeking an entry point into the world of diplomacy

  • Journalists, staff of international and non-governmental organisations, & business people

  • This course is also recommended for anyone required to interact with important individuals and concerned to ensure that these interactions pass off as professionally as possible.

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Meet your Trainers
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Dr Syed Nasir

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Elizabeth Soos

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Ms. Adriana Flores

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