Discussion Worksheet: Pre-Meeting Checklist

Grote, Dick
February 2006
Discipline Without Punishment;2006, p239
An example of a form that serves as a pre-meeting checklist for use in the Discipline Without Punishment (DWP) system for employees discussed in the book "Discipline Without Punishment" is presented.


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