Wednesday, November 23, 2016

SIX PARADIGMS OF HUMAN INTERACTION

Think about how you are interacting with other people in your life as well as in business.

Here are six different kind of paradigms that can categorise people into six types.

1) WIN/WIN Paradigm

These are people who think for themselves to win and also with them they want others also to win with them.
Let us take an example.
If someone owns a store and he need win then he need to win his customers so that he can have long term relation with them and can get profit. In the same manner form where he import the stock for them he is a customer and the supplier would like to win over his customer. So, in the manner if they stick with win/win paradigm it will benefit both of them.

2) WIN/LOSE Paradigm

These are people who wants to win over other people and wants others to lose. So these doesn't have long term relation with their customer.
take an example, if you own a business and you forcefully win over your customer once, but surely that customer will not come again to the same person. So, those people will not have long term relation with them and will struggle for future build up of customer.

3) LOSE/WIN Paradigm

These are people who are usually please or appease. They have little courage for expressing their own feelings. They let others win over them and let themselves lose just in order to build a good quality relation. But people will take advantage of this kind of peoples. So, these peoples are somewhat weaker.

4) LOSE/LOSE Paradigm

Here, both side people wants to get win over other people. No one will agree to lose and don't let others to win. So, in this paradigm no person will win and both sided people will lose. So, this is the worst kind of paradigm situation.

5) WIN Paradigm

Here the person is only concerned with his win strategy. He has nothing to do with another person. These people just wants themselves success(win) and move ahead for something else.

6)NO DEAL
It basically means that if we can't find a solution that would benefit both of us, we agree to disagree-No Deal. No expectations have been created, no performance contracts established. So, basically this indirectly direct towards win/win paradigm means I want to win, and I want you to win.

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