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MINE: Understanding and Resolving Turf Issues. Dr. Samuel R. Chand. As children we fight over what is “mine”—unfortunately, as adults, we continue to fight over mine/turf issues. How to get the most out of this lesson: Focus on yourself not others.

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MINE: Understanding and Resolving Turf Issues

Dr. Samuel R. Chand


As children we fight over what is “mine”—unfortunately, as adults, we continue to fight over mine/turf issues.


How to get the most out of this lesson: Focus on yourself not others.


I.How is MINE seen in adult individuals?


II.How is MINE seen in organizations?


III.CAUSES OF MINE


A. Natural response to organizational G

rowth


B. When MINE issues are not A

ddresses


mmaturity

C. I


nsecurity

D. I


old

E. Jealousy – wants to H on


ig

F. Inability to see the B picture


IV.EFFECTS OF MINE


A.Impeded or slowed progress leading to F

rustration


B.Continual friction where valuable time and energy is spent on M

.

ediation


eam

C. Keeps the entire T on edge

.


ssues

D. Instead of dealing with I, we end up dealing with P.

.

ersonalities


WHAT  WHO

.


E.Best ideas are not shared for F of how it is going to be received.

.

ear


ast

F.Previous history (P) drives new initiatives (F)

.

uture


oss

G.Changes are seen as L rather than G

.

ain


H.It is a WIN/LOSE strategy, not a WIN/W

.

IN


rust

I. Lack of T

.


J.OTHERS

.


V.DETERRANTS TO MINE

.


A. Be convinced that we MUST be a T

.

eam


B. Be convinced in the power of synergy—individualism will never achieve as much as C.

.

ommunity


C. Ask the tough question – “Am I a team player?”

.


ppreciate

D.A the other team members (I Corinthians 12)

.


E.OTHERS

.


VI.TURNING “MINE” INTO “OURS”

.


rust

A.T the other team members

.


est

B.Believe the B of everyone

.


C.Know your strengths and W

.

eaknesses


D.Seek help without apologies—it is a sign of S

.

trength


hank

E. Affirm and T others who assist you

.


ou

F. Determine Y will not be a part of turf issues

.


G.If you have found yourself being “protective” of your turf, resolve not to continue that pattern of response.

.


H.There is no “I” in TEAM, because Together Everyone Achieves More

.


I.OTHERS

.


CONCLUDING PRINCIPLES:

.


  • Its all HIS

  • HE owns it all

  • We’re mere stewards and managers

  • HE knows all and will reward all


MINE: Understanding and Resolving Turf Issues

Dr. Samuel R. Chand


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