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A la fin de chaque congres, le comite organisateur et la planificatrice d'evenements rempliront une evaluation ecrite sur l'experience entourant le congres, ce qui fournira une precieuse retroaction au CA et aux membres sur le congres.
But I believe this fear only derives from the possible retroaction of death as a definition of life, in contrast to the act of self-definition, in which he seeks some component of causality.
Une facon d'y arriver est de lui fournir une evaluation de ses competences et de sa facon de mener son entreprise, afin qu'il connaisse ses points forts et ses points faibles (Longenecker et Neubert, 2003) et, ultimement, qu'il utilise ce feedback ou cette retroaction pour s'ameliorer.
(2) In my description here of the mutually determinative effects of the past and present moments that constitute trauma, I am glossing Freud's theory of Nachtraglichkeit, a concept which has been translated variously as "afterwardsness," "deferred action," "retroaction," and "retrodetermination" in English, and "apres-coup" in French (see Eickhoff; see also Wyatt, especially 215).
Wherever it is done without changing people against their essence but where the focus lies on finding and developing their personality and strengths, positive retroaction on the organizational culture can be expected along with common benefit in all economic actions.
The procedure based on retroaction avoids confrontations between experts and preserves their anonymity.
The most important is to have the goals clearly enunciated, to make the student aware of the methodology to be used and of the structure of the activity, to privilege incentives using group work, collaboration and cooperation, formative and procedural evaluation, to define tasks with deadlines, to be attentive to the retroaction and to take care so that the technology is integrated by the student (HILU, 2006, p.
(19) Jose Angel Garda Landa, Adaptation, Appropriation, Retroaction: Symbolic Interpretation with Henry V', in Aragay, ed.
"Only by an effect of retroaction from the anticipated identifications do we understand that what happens in the mirror stage is the formation of a 'rootstock'.
It is nothing 'other than an exacting series of enquiries into the disjunction, into the Two, which, in the retroaction of the encounter, turns out to have always been one of the laws of the situation' (189).
Cela signifie que Gide met en question deja le modele autonome d'une "retroaction " qu'il venait de concevoir seulement un an avant.13 La question de savoir si le fait de se servir de l'ecriture pour la construction de l'identite signifiait un abandon du lecteur, ou bien si le lecteur pouvait participer "sans risques "etait une des questions soulevees par la theorie de la retroaction.
To achieve successful IPR protection in the firm's internal sphere, frequent reminding and training is necessary: 'We train and educate employees to really understand why the protection of IP is so important and to respect that if IP is given to third parties, it will hurt the company in the first way, but that it also has a retroaction to every single employee'.