Decision Making/Problem Solving
(Conscientiousness, Responsibility, Restraint)
Self-discipline measures the extent to which you are accountable, reliable, and serious about your commitments. Many of us have to work at developing conscientious personalities and the resources below should provide you with the steps for increasing or decreasing your level of self-discipline.
Higher levels of self-discipline indicate you take work commitments seriously and follow through with excellent results.
Lower levels of self-discipline indicate you may be too spontaneous and impulsive, leading you to rush at the last minute to complete tasks due to procrastination.
Excessive levels of self-discipline indicate you may be overly cautious, struggle to go with the flow, or find it challenging to make quick decisions.
Self-Discipline Weblinks for Development:
Self-Discipline Leadership Weblinks for Development: