cooperativeness


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We found only a partial support for our hypothesis that the levels of communication skills, motivational skills, organizational skills, evaluation and supervisory skills and cooperativeness of a manager relate to group performance, perceived effectiveness, leadership emergence and leadership self-efficacy.
The study indicates that the character traits of Self-directedness (SD) and Cooperativeness (COOP) have a negative association with all the forms of psychopathology considered in the study and positive association with prosocial behaviour.
However, complex interrelations can be explained through sociopragmatic factors like cooperativeness and politeness principles.
This style is reflected in intermediate amounts of assertiveness and cooperativeness (Thoms, 1992).
The key differentiating feature suggested by our data was the level of cooperativeness in the buying firm's response behavior:
Pulpotomy is the treatment option constituting the conservative attempt to preserve the primary teeth which saves time and money and allows treating the child with minimum discomfort as compared to the pulpectomy procedure which is more time consuming and may affect the cooperativeness of the child due to the long appointments required for completion.
Indeed, if there were any place in Australia that could survive a 'collapse', it would certainly be rural areas, with their capacity for self-governance, cooperativeness and sustainability in the face of long-term drought conditions.
High hopelessness scores are also influenced by low scores on another dimension of character, Cooperativeness.
This gene plays an important role in the inactivation of dopamine, which is linked with pro-social behavior such as empathy, cooperativeness and altruism.
The committee will also be calling the chair of the department in which the applicant taught to discuss such things as the applicant's teaching effectiveness, course preparedness, course rigor, communication skills, professionalism, cooperativeness and collegiality.
The Ministerial Council's "Global Human Resources Development Strategy" in June 2012 laid out the following factors as constituting the concept of "global human resources": Factor I: Linguistic and communication skills Factor II: Self-direction and positive outlook, a willingness to tackle challenges, cooperativeness and flexibility, a sense of responsibility and mission Factor III: Understanding of other cultures and a sense of identity as a Japanese.
The character dimensions quantify the 3 branches of mental self-government: self-directedness (executive functions as being responsible, purposeful and resourceful), cooperativeness (legislative functions, i.

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