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The corporate court

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BTB_Corporate_courtFrom Lose Friends Radio comes this segment called ‘The corporate court’, narrated as an excerpt from one of Jonar’s books. You can read the transcript below, or listen to the original broadcast by clicking on the green play button:

From the Lose Friends series, here is what Jonar Nader has written about: THE CORPORATE COURT

When internal squabbles brew, staff members have nowhere to go to fully challenge the troublemakers. In most work environments, people are afraid to speak up. They do not know who they can trust. So, it is likely that they will: suffer in silence; work to rule; lose enthusiasm; feel let down; and eventually leave. Meanwhile the power-hungry manipulators move up to infest other areas of the organisation. Corporate cancer can spread quietly and thoroughly, to the point where no-one can challenge the beasts who obstruct progress and promote injustice. For this reason, each organisation is encouraged to set-up an internal or external ‘Corporate Court’ whose independence is similar to civil courts. This gives employees an avenue to seek justice for the sake of the organisation, without fear of retribution. It also strikes at the heart of the perpetrators who inflict misery on the rest of the staff, thinking that they have clever ways to conceal their Machiavellian ways.

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