Culture and discipline

All of the great companies, those that far outperform others, have a culture of discipline. This does not mean that they spend their time disciplining people. When you have a culture of discipline you rarely need to discipline people.

Culture and discipline

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Especially in multicultural families parents are often on the crossroad over the discipline of the children. More and more parents try to model the desired behaviour and encourage freedom of speech. In China and Japan, discipline and obedience are still pretty important.

Culture and discipline

We all know that this is a very delicate topic and for some of us it is a serious issue in their own multicultural family. Do you experience big differences about how to raise your children in your multicultural family?

Especially during holidays when we visit family, we have to face different methods of raising children not only regarding the topic of this post. I would like to quote the speaker of this video who says at the end that: Is our goal as a parent to control our kids or teach them self control?

Good to Great: A Culture of Discipline In this section of his book, Jim Collins focuses around the discipline of an organization. You can only form a disciplined foundation if you have the right people on the bus, who are themselves self-disciplined. In a huffingtonpost article you can find a video (see here below) about how parents discipline their children across the cultures that made me decide to write this post. We all know that every culture has her own method to “discipline” the children and has different norms. (Personally, I don’t like the term “to discipline” because it implies a (usually physical) punishment, but that. Jim Collins said that “a culture of discipline is not a principle of business; it is a principle of greatness.”. Those words might resonate with many leaders who are feeling frustrated about aspects of accountability, attention to detail, collaboration, or some other area in their organization.

How do we raise a child capable of independent thought and action, respectful and mindful of others? This little person will theoretically develop into a productive member of the society. Is there an universal answer to such question across the globe or does it vary based on where you are raising your child?Culture of Discipline is a concept developed in the book Good to schwenkreis.comlined people who engage in disciplined thought and who take disciplined action—operating with freedom within a framework of responsibilities—this is the cornerstone of a culture that creates greatness.

Culture of Discipline is a concept developed in the book Good to schwenkreis.comlined people who engage in disciplined thought and who take disciplined action—operating with freedom within a framework of responsibilities—this is the cornerstone of a culture that creates greatness.

In a huffingtonpost article you can find a video (see here below) about how parents discipline their children across the cultures that made me decide to write this post.

Culture and discipline

We all know that every culture has her own method to “discipline” the children and has different norms. (Personally, I don’t like the term “to discipline” because it implies a (usually .

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Good to Great: A Culture of Discipline In this section of his book, Jim Collins focuses around the discipline of an organization. You can only form a disciplined foundation if you have the right people on the bus, who are themselves self-disciplined. There is a push to see harsh discipline end in our Western culture.

Articles and studies continue to find that this type of discipline is not only not helpful in the long-run in terms of socializing our children, but actually has some pretty clear negative effects too.

A Culture of Discipline