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Discipline is knowing what to do. Knowing when to do it. Doing it at the best of your abilities. Doing it that way every single time. (Bobby Knight)

1. Do you know what to do? 2. Do you know when to do it? 3. Are you doing it to the best of your abilities? 4. Are you doing it that way every single time?

These four questions can be a great way to self-assess your current discipline. If you cannot answer any of these four questions, there is an adjustment that must be made to be an effective leader. Make the adjustment today! - Leadership Management International

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Leadership Management International is a global leader whose mission is to develop leaders and organizations to maximize their full potential.

You can find here and here more details about the LMI programs that we deliver for the Romanian business market.

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