cooperativeness


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Synonyms for cooperativeness

the trait of being cooperative

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Five managerial skills were measured in the current study: organizational skills, motivational skills, communication skills, evaluation and supervisory skills and cooperativeness.
Monras, Modnon and Jou (2008b) found in their research that patients with high scores in Persistence (P), Self-Directedness (SD) and Cooperativeness (CO) had better outcomes.
All three versions measure the seven dimensions of temperament and character as proposed by Cloninger (Temperament--Novelty Seeking, Harm Avoidance, Reward Dependence and Persistence; Character- Self-directedness, Cooperativeness and Self-transcendence) and have 108 questions to which respondents answer true or false .
There are many challenges in front of us from the environment to economy to education, so the collaboration and the cooperativeness to work from nation-to-nation, government-to-government is going to be a good step in the right direction.
At a time when collective solidarity is put to the test, initiatives such as these are imperative to alleviate the strain and cultivate a culture of cooperativeness.
Similarly, the FTC recently advised in a blog post that a company's speed in alerting law enforcement to an attack and its level of cooperativeness will affect the way that regulators treat the business.
In this pragmatics stylistics model, pragmalinguistic features such as speech act verbs, deixis, modal verbs and hedging expressions were interlaced with sociopragmatic features such as politeness and cooperativeness princples during poetic conversation situations.
In addition, patients with both disorders had similar scores, as well as significantly lower scores than healthy controls, on four of the personality dimensions measured by the Temperament and Character Inventory-Revised (TCI-R): reward dependence, persistence, self-directedness, and cooperativeness.
Thomas places the five styles in a two dimensional framework comprising assertiveness the desire to satisfy one's own concerns, and cooperativeness the desire to satisfy another's concerns.
Cooperativeness, cooperation, and partnership are the only aspirations which, in this context, do not stop.
Assertiveness refers to the extent to which one tries to satisfy his or her own concerns, and cooperativeness refers to the extent to which one tries to satisfy the concerns of another person [22].
Although firms may attempt to manage distressed supplier situations in any number of ways, there are generic ways in which firms behave, which differ in their level of cooperativeness.
De Waal's extensive research with bonobos and chimps provides support for his conclusions that primates naturally develop sympathy for others, cooperativeness and a sense of fairness (De Waal, 1996.
To my mind, this sounds like the good life that includes respect for nature, temperance, mindfulness, and cooperativeness.
Moving from a culture of individual vigilance to a culture of cooperativeness by building better delivery systems.
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