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Welcome to the United States Institute of Leadership and Diplomacy

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Advance Your Leadership Charisma through the Mastery of the Gift of Divine Understanding and Wisdom

 

The increase in volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity in today’s world means there is no single approach out of divine order expected to driving change that should benefit the peace of the world and the salvation of souls that can be applied to organizations, communities, nations or our world for the benefits of humankind. Leaders must adjust their leadership strategies and styles to be more flexible and adapt to a variety of challenges and situations to meet charismatic traits acquired through the mastery of gifts of divine understanding and wisdom.

“‘The Lord our God is one Lord, and you should love him with all your mind and heart while you do your very best to love all his children as you love yourself. This one God is our heavenly Father, in whom all things consist, and who dwells, by his spirit, in every sincere human soul. And Great Leaders should learn how to commit the keeping of our souls to heavenly Father as to a faithful Creator. With our heavenly Father all things are possible if we practice the art of peacemakers, deterring injustice, and instilling love. Since he is the Creator, having made all things and all beings, it could not be otherwise. Though we cannot see Him, we can know Him. And by daily living the will of the Father in heaven, we can reveal Him to our fellow men and bring back the planet earth to its original destiny of being a batter place humanity can live in.

“‘The divine riches of God's character must be infinitely deep and eternally wise. We cannot search out God by knowledge, but we can know him in our hearts by personal experience. While his justice may be past finding out, his mercy may be received by the humblest being on earth. While the Father fills the universe, he also lives in our hearts. The mind of man is human, mortal, but the spirit of man is divine, immortal. God is not only all-powerful but also all-wise. If our earth parents, being of evil tendency, know how to love their children and bestow good gifts on them, how much more must the good Father in heaven know how wisely to love his children on earth and to bestow suitable blessings upon them.

“‘The Father in heaven will not suffer a single child on earth to perish if that child has a desire to find the Father and truly longs to be like him. Our Father even loves the wicked and is always kind to the ungrateful. If more human beings could only know about the goodness of God, they would certainly be led to repent of their evil ways and forsake all known sin. All good things come down from the Father of light, in whom there is no variableness neither shadow of changing. The spirit of the true God is in man's heart. He intends that all men should be brothers. When men begin to feel after God, that is evidence that God has found them, and that they are in quest of knowledge about him. We live in God and God dwells in us.

 

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Explore the complexities of foreign affairs and gain a global perspective.
As a participant in our program, you'll enhance your understanding of global issues and improve your critical thinking skills. Through online courses and an intensive in-person class at USILD, you’ll cultivate a well-rounded view of the past, present, and future of our world. You'll learn about the USILD difference with truly interactive programs, a training community of high-caliber faculty, and in-the-moment training and coaching methods that stimulate the word of knowledge, the gift of understanding, the gift of wisdom, leadership skills and drive attitude and performance change. All with the flexibility, selected certificate and degree programs from rigorous leadership, public affairs, international and diplomatic studies training experiences delivered live online or/and in-person /on-campus.

Why the United States Institute of Leadership and Diplomacy?

Excellence: advanced executive and leadership programs in public policy, public administration, leadership, politics, diplomacy and international affairs at the United States Institute of Leadership and Diplomacy. Programs are designed to respond to the needs of high caliber leaders and senior executives. You will be equipped with in-depth of knowledge and skills from an outstanding institution with programs powered by the USILD's faculty and featuring experienced practitioners.

 

Leadership: you will be empowered with outstanding skills in public leadership. You are invited to discover a wide range and highest caliber of advanced programs in public leadership offered at the United States Institute of Leadership and Diplomacy.

Transformative experience: you will be transformed and become a leader who are at the heart of your organization effectiveness. You are trained to serve in a senior position in public administration’ lead and transform major organizations or government functions. You will be trained to make space for innovation while managing risk and being accountable for results. You will be given the tools to support fast-moving political agendas, motivate and inspire the workforces and be a trusted partner to citizens and stakeholders. All of this while promoting the highest level of personal and professional ethics and integrity. This is why organizations and governments designate participants who have accomplished educational programs at USILD in the positions of senior officials like you to be part of a special group within their public services and use specific management tools to develop their capabilities.

Usild Executive Leadership Training Approach
Usild's integrated programming approach provides students with a variety of platforms in neutral setting to develop an informed global view, executive core qualifications, cultural awareness, and collaborative peer networks to produce better outcomes. In addition, Usild incorporates in its executive training the following methods: role-play simulations, case studies, performance-centered, and the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) and their associated core competencies. The five ECQs (Leading Change, Leading People, Results Driven, Business Acumen, and Building Coalitions) are the qualities you need to develop in order to succeed in the Senior Executive Service and leadership positions.

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Explore Usild  Programs in Public Leadership, International Affairs and Diplomacy

International Relations Master's Degree  Programs

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Program Overview

In today’s globalized world, a master’s in international relations can be instrumental in opening doors to an array of career opportunities — from diplomacy and journalism to international business and conflict resolution.

By gaining a comprehensive understanding of global issues — such as international politics, economics, and law — you’ll develop multicultural competence, learn to navigate rapidly changing circumstances, and deepen your knowledge of the world and its complexities.

Through your learning journey, you will develop critical insights into the precursors, processes, and outcomes of international interactions between governments, organizations, and individuals.

Benefits

Participants will acquire analytical skills. These skills are necessary as they improve an international relations professional’s ability to solve problems, make informed decisions and process information. 

Creativity allows the analytical mind to come up with innovative solutions to complex problems. Creative international relations professionals can lead their teams to unorthodox strategies that can accomplish organizational goals.

Thorough data analysis skills are a requirement, as all acting parties, including international relations professionals themselves, will benefit from having access to comparative data that may be essential to making a well-informed diplomatic decision.

Critical thinking is used to evaluate information thoroughly and leverage the insight gained in order to make an informed decision. Decisions that will impact multiple nations should be made with as much consideration as possible, making critical thinking an invaluable component of an international relations professional’s analytical skill set.

Unleashing the Power of Your Public Leadership Skills

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A blended approach to optimizing the learning journey

While recognizing that there is no one-size-fits-all approach, Usild methodology provides evidence to guide leaders’ decisions on how to optimize the learning journey for soft skills mastery through the use of a blended training delivery model.

Believing in the power of self-transformation

At the United States Institute of Leadership and Diplomacy we believe in the power of self-transformation which we believe is one of the core stones in the path of becoming a successful "Great Leader" capable of driving change and leading people with commitment, purpose and self- confidence.



Usild's integrated programming approach provides students with a variety of platforms in neutral setting to develop an informed global view, executive core qualifications, cultural awareness, and collaborative peer networks to produce better outcomes. In addition, Usild incorporates in its executive training the following methods: role-play simulations, case studies, performance-centered, and the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) and their associated core competencies. The five ECQs (Leading Change, Leading People, Results Driven, Business Acumen, and Building Coalitions) are the qualities you need to develop in order to succeed in the Senior Executive Service and leadership positions.

Leveraging the Power of Core Executive Qualifications

Performing Programs

Unleashing the Power of Trial Advocacy

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