TrueConsensus. For an example, see Working Together at the Precinct Level
In TrueConsensus, you can Stand In Favor, Stand Against or Stand Aside. As long as someone stands against an issue, it remains undecided, which makes it different from MajorityRule used in a democracy.
The term, consensus, is often used to mean general agreement, e.g., "I am in charge. The majority sees it this way. Let us agree to see it our way and move on."
Which is in the best tradition of the United States Eighth Army whose motto is "Lead, follow, or get the hell out of the way!"
-- JonathanSmith 2003-07-01
Ought to add that in a true consensus people who stand aside are skin in the game too. You're not allowed to say "I didn't really think so but" when things go belly up later! AndrewCates