Definition of Terms
Reinforcement in this context refers to an act and/or a support that strengthen approved behavior, response, and/or performance; and/or any change demonstrating increases in behavior and/or another measure of its strength. It can be the presentation of a reward or removal of something unpleasant. Example: Development Program
Relational in this context refers to position relating to others and the world, a development of the Self-Unself (SU), the Self-Others (SO), and the Self-World (SW).
Reliability in this context refers to the consistency, stability, and dependability of practice.
Resources in this context include the people, materials, technologies, money, etc., required to implement the strategies. The costs of these resources are often depicted in the form of a budget.
Role in this context is a character of a person that portrays a behavior and/or function appropriate in a given strategic position. It is assigned to or required or assumed or expected of a person to perform and/or develop based on a given situation and/or purpose.
Role and responsibility in this context is what a person is doing to carry out an indicated job specifying specific results.