Demonstrating role accountability

Enabling every individual to carry out his assignments. The effect is stressing the importance of everyone's work.
An integral part of embodying vocational assignments, to allow the individual to be conscious of his work as a dynamic and covenanted assignment to the community.
Tactics include: intentional assignment to describe the method by which people are assigned to jobs which are significant and for which they can be held accountable; role training to be a dynamic of teaching various roles to employees and the general public; dramatized accountability to be the experience of symbolically accounting for one's work covenant; function definition to hold not only operating directions but also contexts on style performance; and inclusive accounting intended to be the stance by which all related covenants are embodied. An example is a researcher asking each participant what his signal event for the week was.
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies