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Synonyms for favorableness

the quality of being encouraging or promising of a successful outcome

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Two particular sources that were not significant predictors of referee self-efficacy were social support and situational favorableness.
Job satisfaction represents a tabulation of the favorableness of various aspects of the job (Shore and Tetrick 1994), or of specific tangible aspects of the work environment (Mowday, Porter and Steers 1982).
000 Predictors: Creative Abilities Dependent variable: Innovation Promotion Competencies Table 7: Social and Work Environment of Management Cadre in Selected Service Provider and Manufacturing Organizations Dimensions of Mean Value SD Extent of Social (N = 270) Favorableness Environment of Social Environment Absence of 4.
We consider that a consumer' s brand attachment is composed of brand preference, brand favorableness and purchase intention.
In this study, attitude reflects a student's feelings of favorableness or unfavorableness towards using TPC.
Attitude toward behavior (ATB) can be considered as a person's general feeling of favorableness or un-favorableness for a behavior (Ajzen & Fishbein, 1980).
54) suggested a person's attitude toward performing a behavior is simply the person's general feeling of favorableness or unfavorableness toward that concept.
But according to McLaurin and Al-Amri (2008), numerous differences between these two terms exist like charisma being one among the qualities of a transformational leader rather than the sole element, the effect of situational favorableness or uncertainty on both approaches, transformational behavior de-emphasizing charisma, the charismatic leader's possible self-centeredness and the probable negative effects of charismatic leadership (McLaurin and Al- Amri, 2008).
Some of the tools for detecting bull include a favorableness grid and a bias map that allows readers to plot all three variables.
Attitude means a person's overall feeling of favorableness or unfavorableness toward the behavior; subjective norm involves a person's perceived social pressure exerted by most people who are important to him/her who are considering whether he/she should or should not carry out the behavior (Ajzen & Fishbein, 1980).
Quality of Work Life (QWL) refers to the favorableness or unfavorableness of a total job environment for people.
Job satisfaction can be defined as "the favorableness or unfavorableness with which employees view their work (Castle, 2006).
3) Breeding cows are 3+-yr-old females, but might include some few primiparous 2-yr-old and even a few yearling females, which would vary proportionally with the favorableness of the year.
Regardless of the field of employment, job satisfaction can be viewed as "the favorableness with which employees view their work" (Sansgiry & Ngo, 2004, p.