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FIVE PARADIGMS OF HUMAN INTERACTION 1. Win-Lose 2. Lose-Win 3. Lose-Lose 4. Win 5. Win-Win or No Deal
Win-Lose "I'm going to beat you no matter."
Lose-Win "I always get stepped on."
Lose-Lose "If I'm going down, you're going down with me."
Win " As long as I win, I don't care if you win or lose."
Win-Win or No Deal " Let's find a solution that works for the both of us, or let's not play."
Balance Courage with Consideration People who think win-win or no deal live by these principles.
Be Happy for Successes of Others A person with a win-win mentality
Share Credit and Recognition People with a Abundance Mentality
Make a Deposits in other People's Emotional Bank Accounts 1. Find out what a deposit is for the other person. 2. Do small acts of Kindness. 3. Keep Promises. 4. Be Loyal. 5. Set Clear Expectations. 6. Apologize. 7. Give Feedback. 8. Forgive.
Created by: ksanders2