Lecture #11 Reprimands & Rewards

Lecture #11 Reprimands & Rewards - Reprimands and...

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Reprimands and Rewards Ken R Pence, PhD Applied Behavioral Science Vanderbilt University 2014
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General rules for Discipline Counsel in private Correct instead of punish if time permits Do not discipline in front of others Use discipline that is commensurate with error Make sure it is a personnel issue and not a design flaw Must be timely
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Why a measured response? Excessive discipline causes recalcitrant behavior or physical violence Private correction is not shaming Recurring minor infractions may require a more serious response Malicious compliance The goal is improved behavior or more efficient/productive work
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Many levels of discipline What are the levels from major to minor? Remember that discipline appropriate for one may seem excessive to another (from their point-of-view)
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Many levels of discipline Incarceration Termination Civil penalties Transfer to less desirable work location Reduction in privileges Demotion Suspension without pay
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