Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Dispelling Conspiracy Theories: Workplace Collusions

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Collusion spreads far and wide, the result is that coworkers poison themselves against coworkers, workgroups against workgroups and departments against departments.

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Grace Cheong (HR Director) from F5 Networks shares with us her experience at the 'Choice at Work' with Arbinger Institute in Singapore.

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Workplace Collusion 

Workplace collusion significantly impact individuals and ultimately take a toll on organizational productivity. 

To understand the conspiracy theories of workplace collusion, one must identify and eliminate the various hidden agendas, silo mentality, office 'politics' or 'turf wars' resulting to collusions. 

Do these situations ring a bell?

Is stress caused by internal conflicts affecting your ability to lead?
• Noticed a breakdown in communication damaging teamwork efforts?
• How about deteriorating relationships resulting to low morale

Once the vicious cycle of collusion spreads, employees will soon find themselves unfocused on organizational objectives. A serious implication beneath workplace collusion is the built up of  blame culture within managements.

The idea behind work collusion suggests a deeper understanding of what it means, what it doesn't mean and how to solve the problem so that it becomes a model for solving problems in the future.

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To solve workplace collusions when they start, we need to pursue a deeper understanding of what collusions really mean, how they happen and the root cause. This will allow us to create a sustainable model for solving problems (collusions) in the future.

Arbinger’s unique ideas now allow us to empower leaders with the knowhow and strategies to create work-cultures where people can unleash their potential and consistently deliver outstanding results with deeper clarity.

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