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Collaboration is an essential part of organisations to achieve goals. But working together does not always go well. Sometimes, or even structurally, difficulties between people working together can get seriously out of control. These difficulties, and certainly hassles, are harmful to both the organisation and the people. As a result, the goals of the cooperation are not achieved, not in time, not without extra costs.

Gaston Vilé helps if working together doesn't come naturally and if working together doesn't succeed. If the quality of cooperation has to improve.

Which cases?

Hassle between collaborating people is by far the biggest obstacle for organisations to realise their strategy and achieve their goals. It can even become a serious threat to their survival. Businesses do not succeed. What's more, it is unintentionally a hefty cost item.

Every year, organisations spend thousands of euros to solve the hassle of people working together. And not just to solve the hassle, but above all to solve the problems and losses that arise from the hassle.

In your organisation, too, the Circle of Collaboration Failure runs its invisible and visible rounds. Undoubtedly your organisation loses a lot of money as a result of lurking and exploding difficulties between employees.

The solution
Gaston's research into cooperation has revealed the solution. As simple as it is fundamental. To be able to work together, organisation and people are essential and responsible. This is exactly the same for your organisation.

On the organisational side: organising cooperation with policy, context, 'code of conduct', correct systems, help and space. On the people side: the people themselves in terms of their knowledge, insights, awareness of working together, their collaboration skills and above all their will and willingness to work together.

The result: a high quality of collaboration, employees who continue to work together successfully.

Hence: work on the organisational and people sides. Organise and guarantee the ability to work together fundamentally in your organisation. It is possible! Gaston is happy to help. As a mentor, facilitator, speaker and researcher.

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For you too?

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Three questions first:
  1. Do you want to get rid of the costs and damage caused by and through hassle?
  2. Do the people of your organisation need to be able to work together?
  3. Is the quality of their collaboration important?
3 times yes?Then Gaston would like to work with you!

Gaston works for organisations that recognise that they depend on both their ability to collaborate and their quality of collaboration. And above all, they don't want any costs, to solve the hassle or the problems and losses caused by hassle.

In short, he works for organisations that choose to increase and to invest in the quality of their cooperation.

Thread through the work of Gaston Vilé

Hassle is always there

Everyone has practical experiences with what Gaston calls the Circle of Collaboration Failure . And there is only one lesson to be learned from that Circle:
when it comes to cooperation, there is always hassle. More or less serious. Soft, rock hard. Below or above the ground. Invisible and visible.
Good news!
With the two principles of Gaston, you organise and secure the ability of your organisation to work together. This increases your quality of cooperation and prevents hassle.100% effortless cooperation will probably never happen, but with these two principles you avoid the dependency on uncertain incidental (and often external) interventions if there is any (serious) hassle. That also makes a big difference in costs.

2 principles

The 2 principles for organising and guaranteeing the ability to collaborate originate from Gaston's research. One principle is about the choice and policy for working together, the 'internal code of conduct', the systems and the space and help for the people. The other principle is about what is involved in the cooperating process itself.

Consequently, one principle lies in the skin around the spot where the collaboration takes place (on a daily basis). That skin is formed by the organisation. The second principle lies in the team and the team members.

The 2 principles result in a higher quality of collaboration, in successful working together and they also function for you!

Start with the 2 principles >

Successful cooperation

Working together is successful when both principles and the responsibilities that go with them for organisation and team(s) support each other.

The House of Togetherness™

For the practice of the second principle, the House of Togetherness™ has been developed especially for teams. This model provides all the structure needed to get out of the problems (hassle) and deal with the difficulties.

Invest in cooperation! Meet me

Drs. Gaston Vilé
Drs. Gaston Vilé

Mentor | Facilitator | Speaker | Researcher | Author

Works to organise and guarantee the ability to work together and to increase the quality of cooperation, develops internal awareness of collaboration, sets things in motion, tackles hassle, and brings back the energy to work.

Gaston Vilé sees (work) community building as a CSF for cooperation.


    Multidisciplinary professionalism

    Gaston Vilé has been ZZP-er since 1993 and has a strong network that guarantees continuity in the execution of assignments for clients.

    And not only that: the network also guarantees development, professionalism and multidisciplinary quality!

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