Participants belonging in relationships

Participants as individual members of relationships and groups

On the first level of need and potential, some of the most important activities are:

· Listening to senior and other group members;

· Volunteering information, and expressing oneself respectfully and fully;

· Requesting and receiving feedback, and enquiring about possible improvements.

On the second level of needs and potential, some of the most important activities are:

· Identifying one’s skills, talents and beloved expertise;

· Engaging consistently according to one’s talents and beloved expertise;

· Defining and implementing one’s personal vision and mission within the context of the group or relationship;

· Cooperating with other members of the group or relationship.

On the third level of needs and potential, some of the most important activities are:

· Identifying one’s personal values in the context of universal values;

· Understanding the values of one’s groups and relationships;

· Following the code of conduct of one’s groups and relationships.

On the fourth level of needs and potential, some of the most important activities are:

· Cooperating with the mood of spirituality in the group or organisation;

· Sharing one’s own relationship with the Divine, as far as that is appropriate;

· Helping others to make their connection and relationship with the Divine, as far as that is appropriate.

Practical tasks

What are the most important next steps that you can take to strengthen yourself in these areas?

How will you implement them and when?