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Part V: Erecting a Stable Roof of Trust > Implementing Positive Discipline

Chapter 33. Implementing Positive Discipline

As you have just learned, acknowledging employees for a job well done encourages similar performance in the future. But corrective action also can set the stage for future success by clearing the air and redirecting inappropriate or inadequate performance. Discipline is a basic requirement of team performance. A good leader maintains control but strives to establish an environment in which team members exercise self-control. This is accomplished by following through on the true meaning of discipline—namely, “training that develops or molds by instruction or exercise.”

The means by which positive discipline can be implemented are listed below. This process, when consistently applied and followed, will eliminate most disciplinary problems.


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