Leadership lessons from YouTube

This week we're talking discipline. Our tutors: BrassEye, Basil Fawlty and Modern Toss.

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Discipline begins with the individual. You have to exercise control over your own behaviour before you can ever hope to lead anyone else. Or even get a job in the first place. Modern Toss shows how not to apply for work

Every boss wants a team that functions well together. Of course it’s better to achieve this without having to resort to threats. If you do need to crack the whip, perhaps you could get some tips from BrassEye's young offenders prison.

If you want to learn about keeping your staff in line, there's no better influence than Basil Fawlty - although usually that’s for all the wrong reasons. Here’s a compilation of some of the fiery hotel owner’s finer moments in man-management.

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