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Think Win-Win

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Amanda Dobbins

on 19 March 2015

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Transcript of Think Win-Win

Win-Lose, Lose-Lose, Lose, Win, Win-Win
4 Types
Win-Win, No Deal
Think Win-Win,
Habit Four: by Steven Covey
Think Win-Win
Supportive Systems
Ronald Kae Fong Jose Villabolos Erika Diaz
Andrew Capili Amanda Dobbins Kyle Dobbins

Don't expect a win-win system when your environment fosters win-lose.
"Let's either agree so that we both benefit, or lets 'agree to disagree agreeably'"
A Win/Win character consists of three traits:
Agreements are better made between people who have a good relationship. When we say agreements we are talking about the negotiations of a win/win deal.
Elements of Agreements
Desired results
Outcome aiming for
Rules and limits
identify tools, materials and capital needed
who and when will be evaluating
effects of completing and not completing the outcome
Ex: Competitions
If you do not follow the win-win agreements that have been agreed upon, there will be natural consequences.
: are all built and maintained through
the Emotion Bank Account
Processes: Continued
1. Put yourself in the other person's shoes
2. Identify key issues
3. Decide what needs to happen
4. Identify options to achieve desired results
Covey's four step process
Elements of Agreements
"The value we place on ourselves"
Habit 1, 2 and 3 helps us to maintain integrity
By having integrity requires us to staying firm with our values, true feelings, and commitments
"The balance
between courage
and consideration"
Abundance Mentality
There is plenty for everyone
Personal worth and security
Creates third alternatives and unlimited possibilities
The opposite of Scarcity Mentality
Types of Consequences
Income, stock options, allowances
Psychic (Physiological)
recognition, approval, respect, credibility or the loss of them
training, development, perks
authority which can be enlarged or diminished
(rewards & penalties)
'No Deal' in History
Booker T. Washington's
'Win/Win' program
"Is it possible, and probable, that nine millions of men can make effective progress in economic lines if they are deprived of political rights, made a servile caste, and allowed only the most meagre chance for developing their exceptional men? If history and reason give any distinct answer to these questions, it is an emphatic No. And Mr. Washington thus faces the triple paradox of his career"
--The Souls of Black Folk
W.E.B. Du Bois - 'No Deal'
"The industrialists who controlled the financing of many black schools in the South depended upon his advice as to which schools should receive funds."
*First, political power,

*Second, insistence on civil rights,

*Third, higher education

"Booker T. Washington, preached a philosophy of self-help, racial solidarity and accomodation. He urged blacks to accept discrimination for the time being and concentrate on elevating themselves through hard work and material prosperity. He believed in education in the crafts, industrial and farming skills and the cultivation of the virtues of patience, enterprise and thrift. This, he said, would win the respect of whites and lead to African Americans being fully accepted as citizens and integrated into all strata of society."
Values and goals are either similar enough to work together or different enough to avoid working as one.
The importance of having another option.
Win/Win or No Deal continued
You feel liberated
You can be open
You don't have to be pushy
You can understand the deeper issues
You accept that maybe another time it can be worked out
No one is doing anything they don't want to do

Cooperative mutual benefit
for both people and non competitive

One person has to be better
than the other person
example : sibling competition, coworkers,
position, power, grades

No standards, no demands,
no expectations, and no vision
Lose / win people eventually
switch to win / lose

When 2 Win / Lose people
come together and both are egotistical,
stubborn that results in the end is to
make sure your enemy loses too

Agreements: Cesar Chavez
Chavez dedicated his life to improving the treatment, pay and working conditions for farm workers.

Chavez employed nonviolent means to bring attention to farm workers. He led marches, boycotts and went on several hunger strikes.

Chavez's longest hunger strike was 25 days long. It is believed that Chavez's hunger strikes contributed to his death.
in light of Booker T. Washington's Programs and Philosophies
Desired results
Outcome aiming for
Rules and limits
identify tools, materials and capital needed
who and when will be evaluating
effects of completing and not completing the outcome
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