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commitment

1. the referral of a bill to a committee or legislature
2. Law a written order of a court directing that a person be imprisoned

commitment

[kə′mit·mənt]
(cell and molecular biology)
The establishment of a unique developmental sequence in a cell that differs from the prior state.
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Instructional leaders not only communicate expectations and goals (Murphy and Hallinger, 1985; Robinson, Hohepa and Lloyd, 2007) but maintain a positive learning environment in their organizations to enhance commitment and performance of teachers (Louis, Dretzke and Wahlstorm, 2010), by hiring, providing support and also retaining only good teachers whereas removing less effective ones (Beteille, Kalogrides and Loeb 2009).
Commitment is a Latin word, derived from committere, that means combination of thigs, believes of someone and actions that he indented to do, e.g.
It also approved the backstop commitment by certain members of the Company's ad hoc group of creditors and the commitment premium payable to such commitment parties, in each case as agreed by the parties in the commitment agreement relating to the $300 million second lien notes offering contemplated by the plan of reorganization.
Airbus had a solid showing last week, but most of the deals it announced were commitments that still need to be finalized, rather than firm orders.
In total, Airbus said that it received 93 firm orders and 338 additional commitments at the air show.
- there is a positive correlation between commitment and willingness to remain;
- employee commitment is associated with factors that relevant to corporate success and business outcomes (e.g.
The concept of dedication and commitment is very much important as regards the case of teachers' educators.
Commitment to organization was influenced by a number of personal factors (age, length of service, gender, marital status) and job related factors (role stress, nature of social interaction, extent of participation in decision making and quality of work experiences).
ICT workers, organisational commitment, normative commitment, professional commitment, flexible work practices.
The PCC extended Grab's voluntary commitments for 71 days, or from August 11 to October 20, to provide the government and involved parties the time to negotiate a new or amended set of commitments intended to address competition issues in the ride-hailing market.
Since the Spring Meetings in April 2017, further progress has been made in securing commitments to provide bilateral borrowed resources under the IMFs 2016 borrowing framework.