decisiveness


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Synonyms for decisiveness

Synonyms for decisiveness

the trait of resoluteness as evidenced by firmness of character or purpose

the quality of being final or definitely settled

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However, there are matters that can be addressed only through resolve and there are interferences and schemes that can be stopped only through decisiveness," the prime minister said as he received senior state officials and citizens.
In the end, it was experience and decisiveness of Boca that edged out the youthful Penaltypool 4-2.
He expects the republic of Macedonia to remain in the zone of moderate indebtedness in the future and the constitutional changes, as he said, are the biggest evidence on the decisiveness of the economic policies to remain in the zone of low indebtedness.
THE head of the Royal Air Force has delivered a stark critique of politicians for lacking decisiveness and "making it up as they go along".
In a report, the apex bank said, 'To avert risks, reforms and the economy's restructuring must continue with stronger decisiveness in all areas.
According to Ahmeti, by winning one of the three key positions, BDI will demonstrate the power of Albanians in Macedonia and their decisiveness for joint rule.
The fifth, Decisiveness, assesses decision-making abilities in general.
The Tories' Iron Lady, who led the country between 1979 and 1990 and died last April aged 87, topped the survey for her decisiveness, Express.
The instruments used to collect the data were Adjustment, Decisiveness, Assertiveness, and Assertiveness Training questionnaires.
Those who attempt to test Turkey's deterrence, its decisiveness, its capacity, I say here they are making a fatal mistake," he said.
Quite how that new structure works and performs is yet to be measured, but we certainly cannot fault Clarke for demonstrating decisiveness and energy.
We must continue our efforts with decisiveness, to stay in the euro, to make sure we do not waste the sacrifices and do not turn the crisis into an uncontrolled and disastrous bankruptcy," Papademos said, according to a transcript provided by his office.
However, there are two caveats to achieving success in this manner, the first is to act with speed and decisiveness and the second is to keep it simple.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boiko Borisov has won praise across the EU for what other leaders in the bloc have seen as his decisiveness and strong will to quell crime and corruption and to implement difficult reforms.