By Kimberly Barnes THINK WIN/WIN HABIT 4. By Kimberly Barnes SUMMARY Win/Win is not a personality technique. It’s a total paradigm of human interaction

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  • By Kimberly Barnes THINK WIN/WIN HABIT 4
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  • By Kimberly Barnes SUMMARY Win/Win is not a personality technique. Its a total paradigm of human interaction. It comes from a character of integrity, maturity, and the Abundance Mentality. It grows out of high-trust relationships. It is embodied in agreements that effectively clarify and manage expectations as well as accomplishment. It thrives in supportive systems.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Six Paradigms of Human Interaction Win/Win Win/Lose Lose/Win Lose/Lose Win Win/Win or No Deal
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Win/Win Win/Win seeks mutual benefits in all human interactions. Win/Win means that agreements or solutions are mutually beneficial. Win/Win is the belief that its not your way or my way; its a better way, a higher way.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Win/Lose Win/Lose states If I win you lose. In Leadership style, Win/Lose is a authoritarian approach. Win/Lose people are prone to use position, power, credentials, possessions, or personality to get their way.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Lose/Win Lose/Win stands for no demands, no expectations, no vision. People who think Lose/Win are usually quick to please or appease. They seek strength from popularity or acceptance. Lose/Win people have little courage to express their own feelings and convictions and are easily intimidated by the ego strength of others.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Lose/Lose When two Win/Lose determine, stubborn, ego-invested individuals interact-the result will be Lose/Lose. Both will Lose. Both will become vindictive and want to get back or get even, blind to the fact that murder is suicide, that revenge is a two-edged sword. Lose/Lose is the philosophy of the highly dependent person without inner direction who is miserable and thinks everyone else should be, too.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Win People with the Win mentality dont necessarily want someone else to lose. Thats irrelevant. What matters is that they get what they want. Win mentality thinks in terms of securing his own ends-and leaving it to others to secure theirs.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Win/Win or No Deal No Deal basically means that if we cant find a solution that would benefit us both, we agree to disagree agreeably-No Deal. No expectations have been created, no performance contracts established.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Five Dimensions of Win/Win Character Relationships Agreements Structure and Systems Process
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Three Parts of Character Integrity Making and keeping meaningful promises and commitments. Maturity The balance between courage and consideration. Abundance Mentality The paradigm that there is plenty out there for everyone.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Relationships The trust, the emotional bank account, is the essence of Win/Win without trust, we lack the credibility for open, mutual leaning and communication and real creativity.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Agreements From relationships flow the agreements that give definition and direction to Win/Win. They are sometimes called performance agreements or partnership agreements.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Structure and Systems Win/Win can only survive in an organization when the systems support it. So often the problem is in the system, not in the people. If you put good people in bad systems, you get bad results.
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  • By Kimberly Barnes Processes See the problem from the other point of view. Identify the key issues and concerns involved. Determine what results would constitute a fully acceptable solution. Identify possible new options to achieve those results.