In an increasingly multi-polar world, the roles of diplomats are in transition, with new actors, processes and challenges on the global stage. It is ever more important to anchor oneself in core values and objectives, and forge exciting new orientations to navigate new terrain responsively.
The question is not either the nation or the world. It is, rather, how to serve the world by service to our nation, and how to serve the nation by service to the world.
GVI undertakes values assessments and analysis, and supports shared vision and leadership development, with coaching for alignment to new cultures
Customized to need and availability. Ideally, following receipt of values assessments, a half-day or weekend session for leaders, two-hour workshops once a week for 4 weeks, thereafter, once every two weeks for 2 months, final values assessment after 6 months; with continuing community online support
A revised vision/values for the unit; stronger unit cohesion; new behaviours, processes and policies in keeping with new culture targets and objectives.
Number of participants, difference in first and final values assessments
Participation and empowerment in responding to new challenges, ownership of new culture, greater adaptability and effectiveness in global context