I liked Kenmore.
When we need to make decisions like what you described, I talk with my hubby, then sit down with the kids in random moments. For example, when I determined we needed more kid involvement in the house chores, I sat them down and wrote out a list of all the things we need to do to keep our house happy and running. Things like laundry and cooking food hit the list as well as cleaning and other such. Then we put a name by each item to show who was currently doing each task. They were stunned when their names only showed up next to "make bed." My name was everywhere else! They determined that it wasn't fair, and we divided the list up. I made a chart to show them what days they needed to do their cleaning, and away we went. Months later they are still helping, but it is only because they think it was their idea and not mine!