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NOBODY SHOULD
EVER LOSE !
Do You Know What Does WIN-WIN
Situation means????
Win-Win Situation
Win-win, Win-lose, And
Lose-lose Are Game
Theory Terms That Refer
To The Possible
Outcomes Of A Game Or
a Dispute Involving Two
Sides, And More
Importantly, How Each
Side Perceives Their
Outcome Relative To
Their Standing Before The
Game.
For Example, A "Win" Results When The
Outcome Of A Negotiation Is Better Than
Expected, A "Loss" When The Outcome Is Worse
Than Expected.
Win Win Situation
• Lose-Lose
– Lose-lose means that all parties end up being worse
off.
– An example of this would be a budget-cutting
negotiation in which all parties lose money.
– In some lose-lose situations, all
parties understand that losses are
unavoidable and that they will be
evenly distributed.
– In such situations, lose-lose
outcomes can be preferable to win-
lose outcomes because the
distribution is at least considered to
be fair.
Win-Win Situation
– Win-lose situations result when
only one side perceives the
outcome as positive.
– Win-lose outcomes are less likely
to be accepted voluntarily.
Distributive bargaining processes, based on a principle of
competition between participants, are more likely than integrative
bargaining to end in win-lose outcomes or they may result in a
situation where each side gets part of what he or she wanted, but
not as much as they might have gotten if they had used integrative
bargaining.
Win-Win Situation
Win Win Situation
– Win-win outcomes occur when each side of a dispute feels
they have won.
– Since both sides benefit from such a scenario, any
resolutions to the conflict are likely to be accepted
voluntarily.
– The Process Of Integrative Bargaining Aims To Achieve,
Through Cooperation, Win-win Outcomes.
– Any Situation Where Parties Agree To Act In Both Their
Own Interest And In The Interest Of The Group Can Be A
WIN-WIN Situation.
Win Win Situation
• Win-Win
– The Basis For Any Win-win Situation Is That Compromise
And Cooperation Must Be More Or At Least As Important
As Ego And Competition.
– Everyone likes to “WIN” but the question raised to create the
Win-win Situation is: How can a situation be Established where
nobody loses?
– It’s hard to create Win-win Situations when people are selfish
and egotistical, and especially if they don’t care whether their
personal gains result in someone else’s losses.
Win-Win Situation
– Focus On Maintaining The Relationship.
Separate The People From The Problem.
Focus On Interests Not Positions.
– Generate A Variety Of Options That Offer Gains To Both
Parties Before Deciding What To Do.
– Aim for the result to be based on an objective
standard.
– Aim to work together towards finding a solution
to their differences that results in both sides being
satisfied.
– Treat other as you would want them to treat you.
How to create Win-Win
situation????
 Give up the “I-want-more-than-you” attitude. In
this manner, the person is more likely to
achieve more positive results than when he
worked selfishly and created a win-lose
situation.
 Talk about your thoughts and emotions.
Most people tend to act their emotions
first without expressing or acknowledging
them.
….They argue,
get angry, hold
in stressful
emotions
through denial,
avoidance, or
restless moving
from one place
to another.
• Take responsibility of your actions instead of
blaming others.
Win Win Situation
• How to create Win Win situation?
– Never take anything personally. We take things personally
because we are locked in our ego.
– The key to avoiding this is to free ourselves from our ego
and pain of the past and be aware of those projections.
• Do not make assumptions.
Expectations and
assumptions will only waste
your time and energy as
they will only generate
pointless confusion and
disappointment.
• Dialogue Has Been Proven To Create A Positive Solution,
Prevent Power-struggle, Better Understanding, And
Cooperation.
Win Win Situation
• States of Dialogue.
1. Mirroring stage involves two people doing a reflection of
what the receiver get from the sender. The purpose of
this is to let the sender know that the receiver can put his
emotions aside, listen, and understand the sender’s own
perspective.
2. Validating stage includes acknowledgement of what the
sender says. However, it does not necessarily mean that
it should be agreed upon by the receiver.
3. Empathizing involves the recognition of the sender’s emotions
and point of view. The main purpose of this is to genuinely meet
the minds and hearts of both parties involved, which in return
would heal and transform them both.
Image Reading 1
– Can you identify the win win situation?
Case Study 1
• Chris wants to sell her car. She recently moved
into the city and found that her commute using
public transportation is less expensive than the
insurance, maintenance, and gas costs for her car.
She checked the blue book and found that the car
is worth about $4700 but would be happy to get
close to $4200. Her next year's insurance
payment will be due at the beginning of next
month, so ideally, she'd like to sell the car before
then. Her best case scenario is anything over
$4500. Her walk away point is $4000.
Case Study 1
• Pat is looking to buy his first car. He's saved up about
$3700. He recently made a big sale at work and
expects an extra bonus check of about $1000 later in
the month that he plans to apply to the purchase as
well. In the meantime, he wanted to start looking at
the local used car market since a group of his friends
plan to go hiking next weekend, so he'd love to avoid
the car rental fee. His father suggested he start at
$3200 so he has room to negotiate. Pat's best case
scenario is $3200. His walk away point is $4200.
– What should be the best buy for both to create Win- win
situation ?

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Win win situation

  • 2. Do You Know What Does WIN-WIN Situation means????
  • 3. Win-Win Situation Win-win, Win-lose, And Lose-lose Are Game Theory Terms That Refer To The Possible Outcomes Of A Game Or a Dispute Involving Two Sides, And More Importantly, How Each Side Perceives Their Outcome Relative To Their Standing Before The Game.
  • 4. For Example, A "Win" Results When The Outcome Of A Negotiation Is Better Than Expected, A "Loss" When The Outcome Is Worse Than Expected.
  • 5. Win Win Situation • Lose-Lose – Lose-lose means that all parties end up being worse off. – An example of this would be a budget-cutting negotiation in which all parties lose money.
  • 6. – In some lose-lose situations, all parties understand that losses are unavoidable and that they will be evenly distributed. – In such situations, lose-lose outcomes can be preferable to win- lose outcomes because the distribution is at least considered to be fair.
  • 7.
  • 8. Win-Win Situation – Win-lose situations result when only one side perceives the outcome as positive. – Win-lose outcomes are less likely to be accepted voluntarily.
  • 9. Distributive bargaining processes, based on a principle of competition between participants, are more likely than integrative bargaining to end in win-lose outcomes or they may result in a situation where each side gets part of what he or she wanted, but not as much as they might have gotten if they had used integrative bargaining. Win-Win Situation
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. Win Win Situation – Win-win outcomes occur when each side of a dispute feels they have won. – Since both sides benefit from such a scenario, any resolutions to the conflict are likely to be accepted voluntarily.
  • 13. – The Process Of Integrative Bargaining Aims To Achieve, Through Cooperation, Win-win Outcomes. – Any Situation Where Parties Agree To Act In Both Their Own Interest And In The Interest Of The Group Can Be A WIN-WIN Situation.
  • 14. Win Win Situation • Win-Win – The Basis For Any Win-win Situation Is That Compromise And Cooperation Must Be More Or At Least As Important As Ego And Competition.
  • 15. – Everyone likes to “WIN” but the question raised to create the Win-win Situation is: How can a situation be Established where nobody loses? – It’s hard to create Win-win Situations when people are selfish and egotistical, and especially if they don’t care whether their personal gains result in someone else’s losses.
  • 16.
  • 17.
  • 18.
  • 19. Win-Win Situation – Focus On Maintaining The Relationship. Separate The People From The Problem.
  • 20. Focus On Interests Not Positions. – Generate A Variety Of Options That Offer Gains To Both Parties Before Deciding What To Do.
  • 21. – Aim for the result to be based on an objective standard. – Aim to work together towards finding a solution to their differences that results in both sides being satisfied. – Treat other as you would want them to treat you.
  • 22. How to create Win-Win situation????
  • 23.  Give up the “I-want-more-than-you” attitude. In this manner, the person is more likely to achieve more positive results than when he worked selfishly and created a win-lose situation.
  • 24.  Talk about your thoughts and emotions. Most people tend to act their emotions first without expressing or acknowledging them. ….They argue, get angry, hold in stressful emotions through denial, avoidance, or restless moving from one place to another.
  • 25. • Take responsibility of your actions instead of blaming others.
  • 26. Win Win Situation • How to create Win Win situation? – Never take anything personally. We take things personally because we are locked in our ego. – The key to avoiding this is to free ourselves from our ego and pain of the past and be aware of those projections.
  • 27. • Do not make assumptions. Expectations and assumptions will only waste your time and energy as they will only generate pointless confusion and disappointment.
  • 28. • Dialogue Has Been Proven To Create A Positive Solution, Prevent Power-struggle, Better Understanding, And Cooperation.
  • 29.
  • 30. Win Win Situation • States of Dialogue. 1. Mirroring stage involves two people doing a reflection of what the receiver get from the sender. The purpose of this is to let the sender know that the receiver can put his emotions aside, listen, and understand the sender’s own perspective. 2. Validating stage includes acknowledgement of what the sender says. However, it does not necessarily mean that it should be agreed upon by the receiver.
  • 31. 3. Empathizing involves the recognition of the sender’s emotions and point of view. The main purpose of this is to genuinely meet the minds and hearts of both parties involved, which in return would heal and transform them both.
  • 32.
  • 33. Image Reading 1 – Can you identify the win win situation?
  • 34. Case Study 1 • Chris wants to sell her car. She recently moved into the city and found that her commute using public transportation is less expensive than the insurance, maintenance, and gas costs for her car. She checked the blue book and found that the car is worth about $4700 but would be happy to get close to $4200. Her next year's insurance payment will be due at the beginning of next month, so ideally, she'd like to sell the car before then. Her best case scenario is anything over $4500. Her walk away point is $4000.
  • 35. Case Study 1 • Pat is looking to buy his first car. He's saved up about $3700. He recently made a big sale at work and expects an extra bonus check of about $1000 later in the month that he plans to apply to the purchase as well. In the meantime, he wanted to start looking at the local used car market since a group of his friends plan to go hiking next weekend, so he'd love to avoid the car rental fee. His father suggested he start at $3200 so he has room to negotiate. Pat's best case scenario is $3200. His walk away point is $4200. – What should be the best buy for both to create Win- win situation ?