Collaborative Leadership

Building interdepartmental collaboration for organization growth

Leading global professional services

Our client is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. Their strong network of 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries empower results for their clients by using proprietary data and analytics to deliver insights that reduce volatility and improve performance.

Due to their nature of work and vast network, their teams need to collaborate globally to ensure smooth functionality of the business. However, at times it has been observed that many people find it difficult to deal with other people from different culture, country or origin. 

Client wanted to conduct a session to help their staff understand how they can collaborate with multi-cultural teams. The objective was to share tips and tricks of effective collaboration and to explain the benefits of collaboration to the team members, so that they get motivated and excited about cultural diversity. 

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Business Goals

  • They planned to run a workshop on Collaborative Leadership.
  • Intended to have a deeper understanding among each other to driver better mutual understanding for collaboration
  • Identify the barriers and enablers of collaboration
  • Reflect & formulate actions to further strengthen the collaboration within and across teams

LSF's Solution

• Golden Key to Collaboration – Knowing Self & Knowing Others:-

Developing a better understanding of yourself improves your capacity to better understand the thoughts and feelings of other people.

• Barriers to Collaboration:-

This section focused on the most common organizational, cultural, and interpersonal barriers to collaboration like: A lack of respect and trust, Different mindsets, Poor listening skills, Knowledge deficits, A lack of alignment around goals, Internal competitiveness, Information hoarding, Organizational silos, Physical separation.

• Bringing Collaboration to Life:-

This section identified the current level of collaboration between the team and their strengths & areas of Improvement. Also discussed the role of a Leader in driving collaboration. It explained that the best type of Collaboration is the one that is the best fit, given what you and your partners hope to achieve

• Benefits of Collaboration:-

Delegates were made aware of the benefits of Collaboration, with a collaborative culture, you gain the ability to bring products to the market faster. Teamwork and communication speed up the entire process and make it easier to produce anything. The entire organization’s ability to create value accelerates as a result.

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