[Reading] ➸ Discipline Without Punishment ➮ Dick Grote – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Discipline Without Punishment More Than 30 Years Ago, Dick Grote Developed A Powerful, Nonpunitive Discipline System That Turned A Troubled Frito Lay Plant From A Hotbed Of Employee Sabotage And Toxic Relations Into A Productive, Respectful Environment One Where Employees Took Personal Responsibility For Their Behavior, And Managers Helped Problem Employees Become Productive Players Grote S Method Spread To Other Companies, And Gained National Recognition With The 1995 Release Of The First Edition Of Discipline Without Punishment The Book Has Become A Management Classic, Helping Thousands Of Companies And Managers Move To A Responsibility Based Approach For Handling Unacceptable Performance, Problem Behaviors, And Excessive Absenteeism But, Despite The Effectiveness Of The DWP Method, Many Supervisors And Workplaces Continue To Cling To Their Long Established System Of Verbal Warnings, Written Reprimands, Suspensions Without Pay, And Probationary Periods All Fear Based Approaches That Instill Lots Of Resentment, With Little Or No Payback In Improved Performance This New Edition Of The Bestselling Discipline Without Punishment Has Been Updated To Help A New Generation Of Managers And HR Professionals Adopt A Positive, Proven Method For Getting Problem Employees Back On Track Packed With Real Life Examples, Sample Dialogues, Helpful Worksheets, And A No Nonsense Sensibility That Busy Readers Will Sorely Appreciate, The Book Remains An Eye Opening, Forward Looking, Practical Guide To Making Your Disciplinary System Equitable And Effective Dick Grote Is Chairman And CEO Of Grote Consulting Corp., In Dallas, Texas He Is The Developer Of The GROTEAPPROACH SM Web Based Performance Management System, And The Author Of The Complete Guide To Performance Appraisal, The Performance Appraisal Question And Answer Book, And Forced Ranking Making Performance Management Work His Articles And Essays Have Appeared In The Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Across The Board, And Many Other Publications.


10 thoughts on “Discipline Without Punishment

  1. says:

    The author astounds us with the brilliance of common sense I don t mean that sarcastically The suggestions made should be perfectly obvious, but, unfortunately are not followed by many organizations The basic thrust of the Discipline without Punishment system is to treat people with dignity, to provide regular, accurate and timely feedback, to recognize good performance when warranted, and to use discipline as a means to improve performance and salvage employees, rather than as a means of The author astounds us with the brilliance of common sense I don t mean that sarcastically The suggestions made should be perfectly obvious, but, unfortunately are not followed by many organizations The basic thrust of the Discipline without Punishment system is to treat people with dignity, to provide regular, accurate and timely feedback, to recognize good performance when warranted, and to use discipline as a means to improve performance and salvage employees, ra...


  2. says:

    I like the idea behind this approach, and will be looking into implementing it at my workplace I appreciated the examples and detail, though part of me is still wondering if it would be effective in my current industry, especially with the age range I tend to work with The...


  3. says:

    I am surprised thatpeople in management have not read this book and thatcompanies do not use this system Working in a carpet mill showed me that the system of getting rid of the problem employees does not work, it seems to take forever to fire someone who is just doing the job they have been hired to do This costs the company money So why do they keep these people on Companies need to read and start following this book It would save companies sometimes hundreds of thousands of d I am surprised thatpeople in management have not read this book and thatcompanies do not use this system Working in a carpet mill showed me that the system of getting rid of the problem employees does not work, it seems to take forever to fire someone who is just doing the job they have been hired to do This costs the company money So why do they keep these people on Companies need to read and start following this book It would save companies sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars in the lon...


  4. says:

    I had to read this for work The ideas are good, the book is kind of dry, but apart from a strong anti union bias out of nowhere in a couple of places, it s OK.


  5. says:

    I have used some of the techniques and found this book helpful as a new manager.


  6. says:

    Working my way through this one


  7. says:

    Revolutionary management techniques that feel like common sense once you are exposed to them Hardly any fluff to it Good solid advice every manager should read.