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proactive

Psychol of or denoting a mental process that affects a subsequent process
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We always come back to the fact that organisations, leadership and proactiveness are important.
UAE organisations also showed a marked lead in proactiveness in adopting AI solutions, when compared with global peers.
An entrepreneurial orientation (EO) refers to a strategic orientation in which processes related to innovation, risktaking, and proactiveness are highlighted throughout the firm.
'We are building the preparedness of our people, we are promoting proactiveness by pushing them to go beyond the usual level or preparedness through this improved flood early-warning system that will be managed by this center that we are inaugurating today' Malano said.
We are promoting proactiveness by pushing them to go beyond the usual level of preparedness through this improved flood early warning system that will be managed by this center that we have inaugurated," Malano said.
The ministry further said that the terrorists are at backfoot in the valley due to proactiveness of the Jammu and Kashmir Police.
We contend that firm size, performance, innovation, risk-taking, proactiveness and the generation in charge of the company impact the prioritization of SEW goals in decision-making and consequently the appointment of non-family members to the TMT.
On other issues, Mr Ralotsia expressed unhappiness at sheer lack of proactiveness by many Batswana farmers who had failed to embrace government assistance extended to them to plough and produce food for themselves and the country.
It shows the OS development team's proactiveness in rolling out new features, especially those that are particularly in demand in India, such as the dual 4G mode.
We recommend to our partners to talk about the experience, your availability, the level of dedication, the empathy, the proactiveness with which you work with your clients.
CM Shah and the committee overseeing the needs of Tharis must demonstrate more proactiveness to revitalise the area.
Qualities such as communication, proactiveness, being open-minded and thinking ahead are all hugely valued by both employees and employers alike.