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    The purposes of discipline include:1. Provide employees with adequate

    information about how their currentperformance, attendance or behaviordiffers from whats expected

    2. Motivate and assist employees inchanging their performance,attendance or behavior

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    3. Enhance employee morale andperformance by showing thatinadequate performance by fellowemployees wont just be tolerated

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    Rule of thumb: Similarly situated employees shouldreceive similar penalties for similar offenses.(Employees do not have to receive identical penalties,but if all relevant circumstances are similar, thepenalties should be similar.)

    Rule of other thumb: Major differences insituation or circumstances can justify very differentpenalties.

    Adapted from HR on Campus

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    DISCIPLINE TEAMS

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    DISCIPLINE TEAMS

    Teams are much more aboutdiscipline than togetherness. Discipline Teams can be morequickly assembled, deployed,refocused and disbanded, withoutdisrupting more permanent structuresand processes

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    A distinction also needs to be made between aperforming team and a single leader unit.In the single leader unit, someone takes control,makes the key decisions, delegates and monitorsindividual assignments and chooses when and how tomodify the working approach.But teams are different. Members shareresponsibilities and accountability and complementeach other. The team leader is seldom the primarydeterminant of team performance.

    DISCIPLINE TEAMS

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    THE THREE LITMUS TESTS

    The need for collective work productsto be delivered by two or more peopleworking together in real time.Leadership roles that need to shift

    among the members.The need for mutual accountability inaddition to individual accountability

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    Katzenbach and Smith discuss the fourelements

    common commitment purpose.performance goals.complementary skills.mutual accountability. that make teams

    function.

    DISCIPLINE TEAMS

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    They also classify teams into threevarieties teams that recommend things, teams that make or do things, teams that run thingsand describe how each type facesdifferent challenges.

    DISCIPLINE TEAMS

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    IF YOU HAVE.

    YOU WILL NOT NEED..

    HIERARCHY

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    IF YOU HAVE.

    YOU WILL NOT NEED..

    BUREAUCRACY

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    IF YOU HAVE.

    YOU WILL NOT NEED..

    EXCESSIVE CONTROLS

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    IF YOU HAVE.

    YOU WILL NOT NEED..

    INCONSISTENT VISION

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    First Who

    Then What

    Confront the

    Brutal Facts

    WORK FOR

    ONE GOAL AT A TIMECulture of

    Discipline

    Technology

    Accelerators

    Disciplined People Disciplined Thought Disciplined Action

    Buildup

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    People who rinse their cottage cheese

    Not about a tyrant who disciplines

    Getting disciplined people who engage in

    disciplined thought and who then take

    disciplined action, fanatically consistent

    with three circles

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    Involves a duality.

    Requires people who adhere to aconsistent system.

    Gives people freedom and responsibility

    within framework of that system.

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    Budgeting is to decide which arenas fit

    Hedgehog Concept and should be fully fundedand which should not be funded at all.

    Stop doing lists are more important than

    to do lists. Anything that does not fit with our

    Hedgehog Concept, we will not do.

    Includes willingness to shun opportunities

    that fall outside the three circles.

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    PRACTICES

    OUTCOMESTeam

    Meeting

    Process:A tool to

    help us

    work more

    efficiently

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    WinWinDiscipline

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    Win Win Discipline is an effectiveapproach to Team discipline

    All team members must believe that they are capable of

    completing tasks in a satisfactory manner.

    All team members must find ways to contribute to the

    welfare of the Team in a significant manner.

    All team members must be able to connect with

    teachers and classmates in positive ways

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    Contribute

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    Win-Win Discipline

    Designed to handle discipline problemsat the moment of the disruption.

    Targets the root of disciplineproblems.

    When we meet teams needs,disruptive behaviors stop and All team

    members win. They get their needs met or learn to

    deal with their needs and the team

    leaderwins.

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    Prevention

    1. Same-side approach by Leader,

    All team members working toward

    building responsible behavior rather

    than being at odds with each other.1. Collaboration by Leader

    2. All team members co-creating immediate

    and long-term discipline solutions.

    3. Learned Responsibility where Leaders

    help All team members learn to make

    responsible choices rather than creating

    disruptions in the team.

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    ABCD Aggression

    Breaking Rules

    Confrontations

    Disengagement

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    7 Positions

    It is critical for a leader to know theirteammates s positions in order to handle

    discipline problems effectively A win-win leader ALWAYS accepts a

    teammates s position.

    Correct identification of teammates sPosition is key to the Win-Win Discipline.

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    7 PositionsAttention Seeking

    Avoiding EmbarrassmentAnger Venting Control Seeking

    Energetic Bored Uninformed

    7 Positions

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    Key Lessons

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    Questions & Comments

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