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charisma

, charism
Christianity a divinely bestowed power or talent
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Charisma

An earlier presentation graphics program for Windows from Micrografx that included a comprehensive media manager for managing large libraries of image, sound and video clips.
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Charisma tells us something about a candidate, but it tells us even more about ourselves, the mood of our country, and the types of change we desire.
His approach is phenomenological--the experience of the audience that distinguishes between art and non-art: the difference between life and art ceases or even is weakened when the beholder perceives charisma either in a real object or in its representation, i.e., art.
Levine and his co-authors surveyed university students and asked them to define charisma and pinpoint the behaviors of people they thought were charismatic.
Charisma Gulf plans to produce, in the first 3 years of operation, close to 4000 hours of quality scripted and non-scripted programs, entertainment shows and documentaries by uncovering cultural insights that shape viewers' expectations.
Also in natural work setting settings, Pirola-Merlo, Hartel, Mann and Hiss (2002) found that transformational leadership (of which charisma is a component) had an effect on team climate (a composite of affective and attitudinal items) which in turn had an effect on team performance.
To gain a sense of how charisma can convey confidence and give comfort to employees, consumers and investors, consider the success attained by Sir Richard Branson, the founder and chairman of the Virgin Group.
If you dislike confrontation, it might be an idea to steer clear of red door owners, who aren't afraid of speaking their mind, and if you want to win friends and potential partners, go for blue - as they're the ones with bags of charm and charisma.
Official Pillowtex licenses Cannon and Royal Velvet to Li & Fung USA, Fieldcrest to Target stores and Charisma to WestPoint Stevens.
While he lacks Fidel's charisma and political skill, he may have fewer worries about Cuba's economy.
Sensuality, charisma, hypnotic cadences, and unadulterated emotion storms California's Barclay Theatre in Irvine this month in the form of the New World Flamenco Festival.
This Holy Man balances its portrayal of Anthony's charisma, faith, and kindness with a sober look at his own personal demons of shyness, insecurity, and depression.
CHARISMA was an ambitious 15,063-patient randomized trial aimed at expanding the indications for dual antiplatelet therapy with clopidogrel (Plavix) and low-dose aspirin.