Day 1: Serve wholeheartedly
as if you were serving the Lord, not men and women, because you know that the Lord will reward everyone for whatever good he does. Ephesians 6:7-8
Day 2: Strive for Excellence
As leaders we strive for excellence in all that we undertake, and aim to play a full part in contributing to the overall success of an organisation. We are serving God directly through carrying out such activities effectively, as well as the actual business in which we work; it may be a strictly commercial organisation, a public service or a not-for-profit charity.
Day 3: Create Wealth
We affirm the principle of wealth creation as a process through which the resulting economic prosperity has the potential for benefiting humanity throughout the world. However, we are prepared to challenge whether the particular form of wealth creation in which we engage is contributing to the Kingdom of God. Within a single business, we aim to fulfil our role in achieving acceptable financial and operating returns that will benefit appropriately all stakeholders in the business.
Day 4: Achieve Objectives
We strive to develop and set objectives which, when achieved, will lead to a successful and sustainable business. We aim to contribute personally to sustainable outcomes through our own endeavours, and will take all possible steps to achieve optimum business results, whether commercially or not-for-profit.
Day 5: Attain Vision
Healthy organisations have a strong and shared vision for the future of their business. We seek to contribute to a strategic vision for whichever organisation we belong to and intend to help optimise the way forward for this business and its employees. We hope to be visionary in the expression and witness of our personal faith in Christ, both at work and in our local communities.
Day 6: Work Ethically
Business ethics are essential in guiding employees and managers in their actions. Leading businesses care how results are obtained and will choose the course of highest integrity in guiding their affairs, avoiding such malpractices as price collusion. Honesty is not subject to criticism in any culture. Compliance with the law, and required business accounting regulation and practice, will be the duty of each employee.