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Disciplinary Skills Goals
 

Primary Goals for Being Trained on Disciplinary Skills

Identify up to 3 primary areas you want to focus on during Disciplinary Skills Training. The goals should be challenging (so you remain committed) and achievable (realistic). To help you, try answering the question:

“How specifically would you like YOU, or PEOPLE, or PERFORMANCE, to be different after training?”

For each focus area, write a simple heading, and do your best to describe “measurable” results. That is, how you will know you have succeeded or are on track. For example:

GOALS:

  1. ME:

Deal with cases on balance of probabilities.

  1. PEOPLE:

Know and exercise rights in matters of discipline.

  1. PERFORMANCE:

Use internal as well as external processes for dealing with matters of discipline.

I’ll know I have succeeded when:

I am able to institute disciplinary action, or conduct a disciplinary hearing

I am able to effectively handle hearings and reach reasoned decisions on the basis of evidence presented.

Identify and categorise transgressions.

Implement appropriate disciplinary procedures.

Represent employees at a disciplinary hearings.

Competent people who are able to institute disciplinary actions.

Competent people who are able to conduct disciplinary hearings procedurally and substantively fairly.

 
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  I’ll know I have succeeded when:
     
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