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The new flood protection system will also complement the City's $20 billion resiliency plan already underway around the five boroughs, including the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project being built from Montgomery Street north to East 23rd Street.
An article on psychological resiliency written by Michele M.
The word resiliency has no universally accepted definition.
About IBM Business Continuity and Resiliency Services (BCRS) IBM Business Continuity and Resiliency Services has more than 50 years of business continuity and disaster recovery experience with over 150 resiliency centers across 50 countries.
The day may even come when you were glad you came through this challenging period, if that is what brought out the necessary resiliency, in both you and your colleagues.
This allows a government to determine what systems are in place, what new systems may be needed, and where asset condition may need to be improved in order to reduce the resiliency triangle's size.
To enhance resiliency within the system, the program recruits the most highly qualified students who exhibit commitment to becoming teacher-leaders and influential educators within the communities they serve, the school cultures they enter, and the children they teach.
Taking the example of a financial institution with the primary trading workforce located on the island of Manhattan with a primary data center tens of miles away in another state, the guidelines may be interpreted such that little marginal resiliency is required to meet the requirements, inasmuch as the primary processing facility is not located within a key target region (i.
One woman's testimony, at age forty-two, revealed key factors that contribute to resiliency in the face of adversity.
The Resiliency Model has been tested with families in the general population (Lavee, McCubbin & Olson, 1987; Lavee, McCubbin, & Patterson, 1985; McCubbin, Thompson, Pirner & McCubbin, 1988), (b) families with a member with a disability (Kazak, Reber, & Snitzer, 1988; Kosciulek & Lustig, 1998; McCubbin & Huang, 1989; McShane, 1987; Patterson, McCubbin, & Warwick, 1990), and (c) families with an adult member with mental retardation (Lustig, 1997; Lustig & Akey, in press).
Washburn and Lyons came closest to the real issue, which is that physicians need to understand that their own thinking about the "factors out there" is the cause of the gap between their professional values of service to patients and the sacred nature of the patient-physician relationship, and their seeming lack of resiliency and joy in work.