- the ability to do work/play/learn, as an expression of personal choice, personal responsibility and personal purpose.
- the ability to source and access human power from within the self.
- the ability to assist each other to generate and access power-from-within, and to share that power with others.
- any attempt, in any form whatsoever, to create the illusion of empowering the self by disempowering any other.
- any attempt to offload responsibility onto another, or to take responsibility from another, without their express involvement and consent.
- the ability to choose and act upon appropriate responses to events, in relation to personal purpose and shared purpose.
- Spiritual dimension of work
- the personal experience of a sense of meaning and purpose, a sense of self and of that which is greater than self, within and through the process of work itself.
- Object-based attitude
- one in which 'the other' is regarded as an inanimate object entirely separate from self.
- Subject-based attitude
- one in which 'the other' is regarded as a subject which exists only as a subsidiary extension of self.
- an operational approach in which processes are rendered predictable through the application of defined rules to the relevant factors of the process.
- an operational approach in which outcomes of processes are rendered manageable through measurement of feedback within the process in relation to a defined overall aim or purpose.
- the management of the household, in a manner which is efficient, reliable, elegant and appropriate to the respective context and scale.
- an assertion of exclusive right to exploit a resource, without reference or responsibility to others, either in the present or elsewhen.
- an assertion of response-ability for the appropriate management of the exploitation of a resource.
- A generic purpose-statement
- To improve the economic well-being and quality of life of all stakeholders.