Is Cooperation The New Efficiency?

Lead Change Blog

I commented to her that I think the ability to gain cooperation is an underestimated component of efficiency. Cooperation Is Better Than Compliance. The Skill Of Gaining Cooperation. I was talking to a client today about her unusual ability to gain people’s trust quickly.

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When to Cooperate and When to Compete

Leading Blog

As we navigate through life, we must be able to cooperate and compete. In Friend and Foe , authors Adam Galinsky and Maurice Schweitzer, state that all of our relationships are both cooperative and competitive and we get more out of life when we learn to find the right balance between acting as a friend and acting as a foe. Interestingly, they say we crave hierarchy because it helps to manage the tension between cooperation and in competition.

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Is Cooperation the New Efficiency?

ReImagine Work

Is the ability to gain cooperation an underestimated component of efficiency? I commented to her that I think the ability to gain cooperation is an underestimated component of efficiency. Cooperation is better than compliance. The skill of gaining cooperation.

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Cooperation and Outward Spiraling Success Loops

Mike Cardus

For that loop to exist the Cooperation Loop must also exist. The cooperation loop is a mindset of working to find cooperation …any size large and small and develop practice of building from that cooperation. Seems like we have some cooperation.

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Let’s Stop Confusing Cooperation and Teamwork with Collaboration

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

Often the words collaboration, coordination, and cooperation are used to describe effective teamwork. Coordination and cooperation is essential for effective and efficient work accomplishment, and some research supports the notion that some face-to-face time makes a big difference.

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Leading Spaghetti – Using Your Noodle to Get Your Pasta to Cooperate

RapidStart Leadership

Spaghetti is famous for its unwillingness to cooperate. The post Leading Spaghetti – Using Your Noodle to Get Your Pasta to Cooperate appeared first on. “If you’re a leader, you don’t push wet spaghetti, you pull it.” ” – Bill Mauldin.

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0715 | When to Compete and When to Cooperate with Maurice Schweitzer

LDRLB

In this interview, we discuss how to know when to compete or cooperate and how to succeed at both. In This episode, You’ll Learn: Why competition or cooperation isn’t an either/or dilemma. Leadership Podcast Strategy competition cooperation leadership strategy

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To be cooperative is to be tough as nails

Bernd Geropp

I spoke with him about company culture and cooperative leadership. What prompts Günter Carpus to bet so decisively on cooperation? Principle of cooperation. Carpus+Partner is therefore rigorously guided by the principles of cooperation when managing its employees. Tweet.

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Commitment Creates a Clearing for Cooperation

Tony Mayo

Top Executive Coaching with Tony Mayo About Tony Mayo Newsletter Sign-up Sections Client Comments For Executive Coaches For Executives For Fun For Salespeople Quotes and Aphorisms Recommended Books Technology Tips Videos & Podcasts Popular Posts Twitter Log IX About Tony Mayo Truth or Consequences? CEO Executive Coaching Fees My Protein Shake Recipe One more question. Biography of Werner Erhard, the Source of Executive Coaching How to Conduct a "Customer Listening Session" Twitter Log XII Spidertown by Abraham Rodriguez, Jr. Author About Tony Mayo Newsletter Sign-up Comments are welcome. Does something here remind you of your favorite quote? Add it as a comment. Thank you! FREE! Get each new post by email. Topics Be Genuine Be Learning Be Transitive Centering Character Choice Client Comments Coach Training Communication Contingency Conversation Courage Entrepreneurship Excel Tools Facilitation For Executive Coaches For Executives For Salespeople Goal Setting Gratitude Happiness Integrity Language Leadership Love Luck Making Meaning Meditation Meetings Micro-Managers Negotiation Paradigms Quotes and Aphorisms Recommended Books Relationship Responsibility Risk Service Sleep Stress Teamwork Technology Tips Transformation Trust Twitter Commitment Creates a Clearing for Cooperation February 1st, 2011 — tonymayo Email This Article … but when I said that nothing had been done I erred in one important matter. We had definitely committed ourselves and were halfway out of our ruts. We had put down our passage money— booked a sailing to Bombay. This may sound too simple, but is great in consequence. Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves, too. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents, meetings and material assistance, which no man could have dreamt would have come his way. I learned a deep respect for one of Goethe’s couplets: Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it! –Roughly * translated from Goethe’s play Faust –W. H. Murray The Scottish Himalayan Expedition , 1951 * Very roughly: Was heute nicht geschieht, ist Morgen nicht gethan, Und keinen Tag soll man verpassen, Das Mögliche soll der Entschluß Beherzt sogleich beym Schopfe fassen, Er will es dann nicht fahren lassen, Und wirket weiter, weil er muß. Closer is: Never is done tomorrow what is not done today And one should let no day slip by. With resolution seize the possible straightway By forelock and with quick, courageous trust; Then holding fast you will not let it further fly And you will labour on because you must. –Translated by George Madison Priest. Popularity: 1% [ ? ] Share it! © Tony Mayo except as otherwise noted For Executives , Quotes and Aphorisms. Commitment , For Executives , Poster , Quotes and Aphorisms blog comments powered by Disqus « Trust Teleseminar by Tony Mayo Executive Coach Understands Human Dynamics » Tony Mayo, Top Executive Coach, is located in Reston, Virginia 20190 Ranked in Top 3% by Technorati & Alexa ! Get RSS Feed follow tonymayo at [link] My YouTube Channel Tony Mayo, Top Executive Coach on Facebook Emails Worth Getting Booz Allen: Strategy + Business Good Morning Silicon Valley Knowledge@Wharton New York Times Headlines Friends Blogs Belmont on Branding Did someone say, “Strategy&# ? Dr. Kehr's Couch Jonathan Foust Radio Free Enterprise Steve Gladis, Leadership Coach Suzi Pomerantz, Executive Coach The Touch Podcasts I Love Public Radio: Radio Lab Public Radio: Speaking of Faith Public Radio: Story Corps Public Radio: Writer’s Almanac Scientific American: Science Talk Tools I Use Easy Screen Sharing with Join.Me File Backup and Sharing by SugarSync Free Conference Calls Google Alerts LinkedIn Mail2Web Exchange Server Online Appointment Scheduling by Tungle.Me Organize Outlook: Xobni scanR WordPress You Send It Support this blog. Do all your Amazon.com shopping with this link: No headset required! Use any phone!

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Friend & Foe: When to Cooperate, When to Compete, and How to Succeed at Both

Kevin Eikenberry

The post Friend & Foe: When to Cooperate, When to Compete, and How to Succeed at Both appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning. By Adam Galinsky and Maurice Schweitzer This is a brand new book with an intriguing title from two accomplished professors at highly respected institutions. The title and recency might be leaning you in favor of purchasing this book. The third fact might not. If you are worried that this book is stuffy or academic, fear […].

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How Leaders Encourage Cooperation on a Team

Ron Edmondson

Leader, do you want people to cooperate on the team you lead? All leaders want their teams to cooperate. How do great leaders encourage cooperation? Collaboration leads to Cooperation. Cooperation rocks in organizational health!

It Is Helpful to Listen, Agree, Cooperate. Discover Different Viewpoints :: Resistance to Change

Mike Cardus

It is helpful to listen, agree and cooperate. Talk to discover slightly different viewpoints for cooperation. It is helpful to listen, agree and cooperate. talk to discover slightly different viewpoints for cooperation. In ‘ Resistance to Change.

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Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Avengers: Endgame

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. Last year’s Avengers: Infinity War was the beginning of the end for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This weekend’s Avengers: Endgame movie has forever changed the face of the universe we’ve grown to love over 10 years and 22 movies.

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Resistance / Cooperation with Teams and Leadership Arises Through Perception

Mike Cardus

If a manager chooses to see the employees’ behavior as resistance, then their attempts to cooperate cannot be seen, since each view precludes the other; if a manager is looking for cooperative behavior, then they will be unable to see resistance. Cooperation Loop.

The Seventh Sense by Joshua Cooper Ramo – My Five Lessons and Takeaways

First Friday Book Synopsis

Joshua Cooper Ramo, The Seventh Sense ——————– Last Friday at our August First Friday Book Synopsis, I presented my synopsis of the book The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune and Survival in… Read More The Seventh Sense by Joshua Cooper Ramo – My Five Lessons and Takeaways. ISIS emerged from connection. As did the subprime financial crisis. We shouldn’t expect this process to end anytime soon. In fact, it will accelerate.

5 Tips for Teaching Children Cooperation

Ron Edmondson

I wanted us to enjoy the day together as a family and I knew if I told them in advance what I planned for us to do and how we would do it, there would have been no cooperation on their part. Model cooperation with others. What ways have you taught your children to cooperate?

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From It’s A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood

Joseph Lalonde

Reel Leadership A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood anger bravery Carmen Cusack Chris Cooper Christine Lahti Daniel Krell Enrico Colantoni Family forgiveness Jessica Hecht Matthew Rhys Mr. Rogers openness people problems reputation slow down Susan Lelechi Watson Tammy Blanchard thankfulness Tom Hanks tough issues Wendy MakkenaA Reel Leadership Article.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Shazam!

Joseph Lalonde

Reel Leadership Adam Brody Asher Angel Captain Marvel comic book movies Cooper Andrews D.J. A Reel Leadership Article. A month after the first Captain Marvel movie released, a second Captain Marvel movie released.

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Secret Traits Of Championship Teams

General Leadership

Guest Posts characteristics Cooperation ego feedback General Leadership McGillicuddy teams TraitsGeneralLeadership.com and the General Leadership Foundation bring Leadership Advice from America's Most Trusted Leaders to You! Read more at [link].

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Tiffany Cooper Gueye (Building Educated Leaders for Life, or BELL) in “The Corner Office”

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here are a few insights provided during an interview of Tiffany Cooper Gueye, chief executive of Building Educated Leaders for Life, or BELL, a nonprofit organization that assists urban children. [.]. Bob's blog entries Adam Bryant Building Educated Leaders for Life [comma] or BELL Corner Office column SundayBusiness section The Corner Office: Indispensable and Unexpected Lessons from CEOs on How to Lead and Succeed The New York Times Tiffany Cooper Gueye Times Books

So Which is it Going to Be.Compete, Cooperate or Collaborate? @mjasmus

Management Craft

I know you all understand the difference between compete, cooperate and collaborate. Breakthroughs HR Management OD Training Workplace Happiness clarity collaborate collaboration communicate communication compete competition contribute contribution cooperate cooperationBut do you know how to achieve these different actions? And which is best in which situtation?

“In our new world, there’s no second place,” writes Joshua Cooper Ramo – It really is Zero to ONE

First Friday Book Synopsis

The Great Opportunity” of our age is in the creation and ownership of these winner-take-all platforms… Joshua Cooper Ramo, (author of The Seventh Sense), Fortune, Why ‘Network Power’ Is the Secret of Success for Apple, Facebook and Amazon —————— When I presented my synopsis of Zero to… Read More “In our new world, there’s no second place,” writes Joshua Cooper Ramo – It really is Zero to ONE.

Cooperation - Work with Others to Achieve a Common Purpose.

Your Voice of Encouragement

skip to main | skip to sidebar Sunday, April 11, 2010 Cooperation - Work with Others to Achieve a Common Purpose. Thank you so much for your positive feedback and additional insights about cooperation, Gabriella.

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Ethical Leadership for Sustainable Wellbeing

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Dr. Ian Hesketh and Sir Cary Cooper : Which style of leadership behaviour is the most effective has been the challenge for most executives for many years. Dr. Ian Hesketh Ethical Leadership Sir Cary Cooper

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Leadership Tip: Collaboration Leads to Cooperation

Ron Edmondson

Leadership Tip: Collaboration leads to Cooperation. When you are leading a team, the more you collaborate with your team during the planning process and before the final decisions are made, the more cooperation you’ll receive from your team during the implementation process.

Fast Friday with Sherry Cooper, EVP & Chief Economist, BMO

Roundtable Talk

One of them was Dr. Sherry Cooper , the Chief Economist at BMO Financial Group. As Dr. Cooper noted, our organization’s are losing incredible amounts of talent because they’re not adapting to the changing realities of the workforce.

Christmas: A Time to Show Your Softer Side

Lead Change Blog

Leadership Development cooperation morale team spirit Posted in Leadership Development Winter is here and with it comes Christmas and festive fun; however, how can you use the festive period to your advantage?

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Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Avengers: Infinity War

Joseph Lalonde

You can survive more than you think: Avengers: Infinity War brings back the hilarious team of the Guardians Of The Galaxy: Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Groot (Vin Diesel), Drax The Destroyer (Dave Bautista), Mantis (Pom Klementieff), Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper), and Star-Lord.

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A New Model For Cooperation, Values, and Employee Motivation

The Idolbuster

Today we’ll take a break from Busting Your Corporate Idol for this timely guest post from Omer Soker, Founder of The Ethics Of Success. . In 1943 Abraham Maslow clearly explained our hierarchy of needs includes being respected, accepted or valued by others.

Why Do Women Work Better Together Than Men?

Next Level Blog

Current Affairs General Leadership Cooperation leadership women One of the few encouraging things that came out of the Federal government shutdown fiasco that ended last week was that the women of the US Senate were instrumental in working together to solve it.

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How To Safely Terminate An Employee.

Rich Gee Group

Extra Credit - Here’s a great article from one of my ‘great resources’ Isaiah Cooper – ENJOY! This is a touchy subject guys. so stick with me. To terminate and employee is never easy, but when done incorrectly they can become your worst nightmare.

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The Talent Of A 2 Year Old

Joseph Lalonde

Inspiration basketball Bradley Cooper Channing Tatum trick shot The post The Talent Of A 2 Year Old appeared first on Joseph Lalonde.

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The Elements of Transformational Leadership

Skip Prichard

This extract from Wellbeing at Work by Cary Cooper and Ian Hesketh is ©2019 and reproduced with permission from Kogan Page Ltd. This extract from Wellbeing at Work by Cary Cooper and Ian Hesketh is ©2019 and reproduced with permission from Kogan Page Ltd.

Is There a Disadvantage To Always Cooperating At Work?

The Idolbuster

Chapter 4 : Who To Trust At Work Part 3. Vijay is a “mench” – (a Yiddish word that means “a good person)” who was not supported for doing the right thing. Is Vijay’s story the exception or the rule? In my opinion the exception, but common enough that most people can relate. I came across a fascinating study by Dr. Craig Parks which indicated that selfless people at work may be disliked by their colleagues almost as much as the slackers [i]. Why would this be the case?

The Leadership Gap with Lolly Daskal

Lead from Within

Hosted by Chris Cooper. Lead From Within Business Elevation Show Chris Cooper Podcast The Leadership GapCLICK TO LISTEN. Over time, every executive reaches a point when their performance suffers and failure persists. Very few understand why or how to prevent it. This week’s guest, Lolly Daskal, is one of the most sought-after executive leadership coaches in the world. Her extensive cross-cultural expertise spans 14 countries, six languages and hundreds of companies.

Touch More, Do Better

Tony Mayo

How touch increases confidence, cooperation, and communication.

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There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration

Harvard Business Review

In fact, it takes much more than people being willing to get together, share information, and cooperate. And despite all the well-meaning cooperative behaviors, this is often where interdepartmental collaboration breaks down.

What We're Reading: Is Innovation Fueled by Conflict or Cooperation?

Harvard Business Review

For instance, I noticed a fascinating paper (PDF) in the American Review of Public Administration that looks at the consequences of conflict and cooperation in, of all contexts, U.S. The reason: Conformists support highly creative team members — and boost cooperation.

Monday Quote:

General Leadership

Cooperation proves the quality of leadership.” “Honor bespeaks worth. Confidence begets trust. Service brings satisfaction. ” James Cash Penney. … Read the rest. The post Monday Quote: appeared first on General Leadership. Quotes confidence penney worth

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Invited Guest Talk by Prof. Norbert Kerr on 'others feelings and own cooperation' 29 February 2012, 1-2pm, Room 1014, Whitelands College, Roehampton University

Chartered Management Institute

Prof Kerr is one of the most prominent social psychologists of our time and his research on group motivation, social dilemmas, social exclusion, jury decision-making and research methodology has been widely acclaimed across and beyond psychology, namely in economics, sociology, health sciences, anthropology and law. Related Content: Calling a halt to mindless change - 13 years on, have we learnt the lesson yet? You are not watching this post, click to start watching. lecture psychology

Gillian Zoe Segal: An interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Bob's blog entries 3 Idiots Albert Einstein Anderson Cooper Brilliant Mistakes Brooke Manville Cathy Guisewite Getting There: A Book of Mentors Gillian Zoe Segal: An interview by Bob Morris Helen Keller J. Gillian Zoe Segal is the author of Getting There: A Book of Mentors and New York Characters. She received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan and a law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She lives in Manhattan and is also a photographer.

Upbeat Music Can Make Employees More Cooperative

Harvard Business Review

In two experiments that I conducted with my colleagues Jubo Yan, Brian Wansink, and Bill Schulze (our paper is forthcoming in the Journal of Organizational Behavior), we discovered that participants were more cooperative (and less self-interested) in a group setting when they were listening to happy music. At the conclusion of the experiment, we weren’t surprised to see that the students who listened to the Beatles were more cooperative than their screamo-listening peers.

The Collective Wisdom of Relationship-Centered Networks

Michael Lee Stallard

Michael Lee Stallard Insights on Leadership and Employee Engagement Home About Hire to Speak Press Kit The Collective Wisdom of Relationship-Centered Networks Published by Michael Lee Stallard on August 15, 2010 11:05 am under E Pluribus Partners , book reviews , connection culture , employee engagement , knowledge flow When individuals feel like valued members of a group, it boosts a host of positive outcomes including superior decision-making, employee engagement, employee motivation, strategic alignment, organizational learning, cooperation, productivity, innovation and overall performance. This applies to groups of all sizes including classrooms and schools, families, business and government organizations, hospitals, sports teams and the social sector. Strong relationships are key for any group to achieve the benefits enumerated above. In an earlier post, I wrote about the University of Chicago research on relational trust that I learned about from my friend Parker Palmer. For those of you who are interested in relational trust and the wisdom of crowds, I encourage you to check out this fascinating interview my friend Robert Morris, the freelance writer, did with Alan Briskin, co-author of The Power of Collective Wisdom. In the interview, Briskin and Morris discuss relationship centered networks that tap into collective wisdom. For those of you who read Robert Morris’ book review and interview, you will see why I believe he is among the very best at what he does. In addition to being a well-organized, clear writer, Morris is a Renaissance man who always sprinkles his writings and interviews with thoughtful insights drawn from remarkably diverse fields of knowledge. Check out his book reviews and interviews at this link and you’ll see what what I mean. No Comment No comments yet Posting your comment. Trackback URI | Subscribe to the comments through RSS Feed Leave a reply Subscribe to RSS feed Michael Lee Stallard is President of E Pluribus Partners. About Michael Find out about Michaels latest book, Fired Up or Burned Out. Online MBA Rankings Recently added Maximize Employee Engagement, Alignment and Productivity Strengthen Your “Critical Connections&# Cartoon Boosts “Voice&# in U.S. Military Gamification in Everything? Employee Engagement: 2010 Research Insights Topics book reviews (30) character (8) connection culture (272) E Pluribus Partners (159) employee engagement (261) human value (99) inspiring identity (69) intentional connectors (88) knowledge flow (81) leadership (4) Media Appearances (76) movies (6) Uncategorized (117) webcasts (29) Employee Engagement Links 800-CEO-READ Alex Kjerulf’s Chief Happiness Officer Anita Bruzzese’s 45 Things Axiom News Brian Oates Business Author Podcasts Casey Ross Dan McCarthy’s Great Leadership Dan Tocchini David Zinger Dustin Wax’s Lifehack Dwayne Melancon’s Genuine Curiosity Employee Engagement Employee Engagement Network Erika Anderson’s The Simplest Thing Fired Up or Burned Out Gerbyshak & Zinger’s Slacker Manager Greg Thomas’ Leading Today Jeremie Kubicek Jim Blasingame Joe Tye John Sumser Kevin Eikenberry Lisa Haneberg’s Management Craft Mark Harbeke Michael Bungay Stanier Michael Dewitt’s Spooky Action Michael Fitzgerald’s Big Think Michael Hyatt Michael McKinney’s Leadership Now Paul Hoyt's Leading by Thinking Phil Gerbyshak’s Make it Great Self Help Zone Seth Godin Stephen Hopson’s Adversity University Steve Roesler’s All Things Workplace Terrence Seamon’s Learning Voyager Traci Fenton Wally Bock’s Three Star Leadership Wayne Turmel’s Cranky Middle Manager Wes Roberts Archives November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 May 2008 April 2008 March 2008 February 2008 January 2008 Tags Apple Beryl companies Bono business ethics business speaker connection connection culture connection cultures corporate identity david brooks Dov Seidman ed catmull employee engagement employee motivation employee productivity employee retention E Pluribus Partners fired up or burned out google innovation jim blasingame keynote speaker knowledge management leadership leadership development leadership speaker leadership training leadership training and development LRN marc effron michael lee stallard paul spiegelman Pixar president obama productivity strategic alignment talent management teambuilding team building teams teamwork tom friedman U2 Web 2.0 why is everyone smiling? Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.org Copyright © 2010 Michael Lee Stallard

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