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concentrating the mental powers on something

cautiously attentive

tending toward awareness and appreciation

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cautiously attentive

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giving attention

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In addition, academics' heavy workload may also lower thriving at work because when they have so much work to do they are not able to nourish heedful relations with their colleagues.
CSQ measured seven characteristics of practice relationships (trust, diversity, mindfulness, heedful interrelation, respectful interaction, social/task relatedness, rich and lean communication) and three organizational attributes within practices (reflection, sensemaking, and learning).
They worked with our administrative team to help them be more heedful of the impacts on energy use when scheduling summer classes and building use.
As part of this local-global ethos, educational philosopher David Hansen (2008) names a cosmopolitan sensibility as 'a sustained readiness to learn from the new and different while being heedful of the known and familiar' (p.
It is necessary for a physical therapist to be skillful and creative in using the three components of intervention, combined with heedful re-examination and re-evaluation of the effectiveness of the interventions to be successful in achieving outcomes and patients discharge from physical therapy services.
If banks had to put more of their equity on the line, rather than rely on cheap and essentially subsidized financing from deposits, they would be more heedful of risk, the Stanford professor argues.
In ambiguous situations, group members will search for ways to serve the group goal(s), rather than waiting to be instructed (De Dreu, Nijstad, & Knippenberg, 2008; Wrzesniewski & Dutton, 2001), and they are heedful of their and others' contribution to collective goals (Weick & Roberts, 1993).
As the Sefer Hasidim would say: "One should not believe in superstitions, but it is best to be heedful of them.
Collective mind in organisations: heedful interrelating on flight decks.
Of late, some Governors have become more heedful to the ruling party to which they once belonged.
The content of effective teamwork mental models in self-managing teams: Ownership, learning and heedful interrelating.
Masih is worthy of a complete harvest, his rival, just a grain, Be heedful, as every merchandise has a value of its own.
Puntland's experience shows that donors and other international actors also need to be heedful of local political realities, including support of elites, robustness of institutions and viability of electoral districts," the think-tank said in a report published ahead of the polls.
Further heedful observation of data over time reveals that China , INTU has seen a major spur and has become the flagship component of ICT in China.
NOI is acutely mindful of the productive capacity of violence in the service of resistance and liberation and especially heedful of Fanon's observation that 'for the colonized people this violence .