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proactive

Psychol of or denoting a mental process that affects a subsequent process
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He defines human resource development practices as performance management practices, training, reward management, career planning, job rotation, potential development and human resource development climate as openness, collaboration, trust, authencity, proaction, autonomy, confrontation.
If the amphibious assault against a hostile shore is among the most complex, technologically and organizationally, of all military undertakings, the amphibious withdrawal does the assault one better--its execution comes as a "branch," a contingency, against reversal of fortune, thus as reaction rather than proaction.
Since the fifth edition of DOX BOX had to be cancelled, ProAction Films, the nonprofit film group that organizes the festival, and several international collaborators -- principally the New York-based ArteEast and the Network of Arab Arthouse Screens -- will stage "DOX BOX Global Day.
The other side of the coin is the seeming lack of sufficient proaction on the part of the National Library of Nigeria, at least, in advocating the use of the free CIP services.
Among their topics are the serotonin transporter gene and its implications for studying complex disease and traits, neurobiological mechanisms supporting gene-environment interaction effects, marital dynamics and child proaction, promoting resilience in maltreated children, shaping society through social policy, and some lessons from eugenics and the race-intelligence debates for gene-environment studies in the era of full-genome sequencing.
A rush to litigation looks more like knee-jerk reaction than cogent proaction.
The success of the relationship between the lady and her knight, as well as his chivalric development, is predicated on Cleopes's proaction and the deployment of her scientific expertise; yet there is also a collaborative valence to their interactions, particularly toward the end of the romance, when the more traditional chivalric narrative transforms into a tale of religious conversion.
Thinking ethically is presented as an instinct capable of being honed to the level of automatic proaction.
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If he merely decides to run policy on the basis of reaction as opposed to proaction, then his presidency will degenerate into disappointment and he will find his supporters abandoning him en masse.
Table I: Classification of Octapace-Profile OCTAPACE Dimension Lowest Score Highest Score Openness 6 19 Confrontation 5 19 Trust 7 20 Authenticity 6 17 Proaction 5 20 Autonomy 7 16 Collaboration 5 18 experimentation 6 18
Until now, planning in Whatcom County has been a combination of reaction and proaction, organizers say, and the county would benefit from planning more than 20 years out, as the Growth Management Act mandates.