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Power in and around organizations

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Power in and around organizations - what is power, the sources and how to manage it.

Power in and around organizations - what is power, the sources and how to manage it.

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  • 1. Power in and Around Organizations
  • 2. What is Power?
  • 3. Power is formal or InformalCoercive Power Expert Based PowerLegitimate Power Reward Power Power of Charisma
  • 4. Almost universally, Largeorganisations will bully small organisations in Malaysia
  • 5. Positive & Negative Aspects of Power
  • 6. Psychotic organizations Suspicious No distribution of information Centralized decision making Lack of definite strategy Centralized decisions Rigid Unplanned strategy Paranoid Narrow Vision Shallowness Traditional Narcissistic Obsessive-Recklessness Compulsive Balanced Organization Excessive risk taking Attention- Inconsistent strategy Schizoid Seeking Inconsistent Centralized decisions Political decisions (Dramatic) Unplanned expansion Poor leadership Climate of suspicion Depressive Potential Leaderless & apathetic Behaviour Excessive caution & conservatism Rigidity Lack of vision & strategy Weak competitiveness
  • 7. • Social Background • Latent Peer Group• Ethnic Background• Education Background• Domicile (Rural/Urban)• Personality• Cultural Transgression (Ability)• External Perception of You • Ability to Communicate
  • 8. Identifying where power exists Identify the Stakeholders
  • 9. Strategies
  • 10. Yin Yan Passive/Receptive Active/Creative Outside-in Inside-OutSatisfying needs & desires Creating needs & desiresBeing interested in people Managing attitudes Knowing people Establishing rapport Understanding Acceptance of others emotions/empathy Asking effective questions Listening Persuasion Observing people Mentoring (Awareness) Leadership Humilty & Compassion Inspiring
  • 11. Learn to Communicate
  • 12. Transactional Analysis(A framework to communicate)