- Participation: It has a low level of commitmentand can require very little up-front knowledge of the organization.
- Engagement: An engagement step requires more commitment. It is a deliberate step on the part of the champion to greater involvement. There is more knowledge, understanding and commitment to the cause.
- Ownership: Those who are taking “O” steps are going beyond entry steps, and even beyond taking more deliberate involvement steps, into a new realm of helping equip others to share the cause. They are so engaged that they are looking at their role in your organization as a connection to a broader movement.
PEO typically includes 5 categories: Praying, Serving, Learning, Giving, and Sharing. To learn more about P-E-O read Coach Your Championsby Eric Foley.