win-win


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win-win

n. [of a situation] winning for both sides; [of a situation] winning for buyer and seller. What have you got to lose? It’s a win-win situation.
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Beginning with "Think Win-Win," the next three habits help you become interdependent.
The first requirement of a Win-Win agreement is having interdependent relationships.
Building hundreds of student flats in this quiet area is not win-win in any language.
Miller (1989) discusses guidelines managers can follow to create "a win-win situation" with their employees.
If profits rise because of the tighter regulation, then win-win rhetoric applies; if profits rise because regulations were inefficient, then tightening efficient regulations will reduce profits.
To be sure, some win-win innovation and even regulation does exist.
The goals in win-win agreements may be similar for people in comparable roles, but the actual numbers or measures likely will differ.
The application of win-win behaviors appears to be within everyone's capacity.
The fulfillment of BQA contracts and the general manifestation of win-win behaviors need to be visibly tied to formal organizational rewards that support the creation of healing cultures.
One of the central themes of these behavioral-skills training programs is to develop win-win relationships.
The specific behaviors the other person, the customer in the upcoming interaction, feels would strengthen the win-win quality of our relationship are apologizing for mistakes, saying thank you, gracefully accepting feedback, and so forth.