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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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Philippe Lejeune (20) points out, we will be heedful of the relativity of the events and the adventure of the art of speaking about oneself.
In order to provide the linking processes of the relationship between these predictors and thriving at work, they focused on three agentic behaviours, namely task focus, exploration and heedful relating.
For the second dimension (affect attributes of relationships), we classified mindfulness, heedful interrelation, and respectful interaction as descriptors of relationships that form the affective core of practice relationships.
Future research on the concept would, to my mind, benefit from sourcing insights from both of these perspectives, in turn engendering a phenomenological account of atmospheres that is heedful of political and social dimensions, whilst also operating from within what Merleau-Ponty termed non-phenomenological dimensions--that is, constitutive aspects, which, precisely through exceeding the limit of phenomenology, merit being central to such a methodology.
While the Sunnis are heedful of the prime minister's seat, and the Shiites over the speaker's position, Christians [are not proactive] and are even contributing to presidential vacuum despite this being the only Christian position in the entire Arab world," said Gemayel of the presidency.
4 (1993): 628-52; Weick, "The Role of Imagination in the Organizing of Knowledge," European Journal of Information Systems 15 (2006): 446-52; Weick, "Drop Your Tools: An Allegory for Organizational Studies," Administrative Science Quarterly 41 (1996): 301-13; Weick and Karlene Roberts, "Collective Mind in Organizations: Heedful Interrelating on Flight Decks," Administrative Science Quarterly 38, no.
CAUTERISE A Be heedful B Burn with a caustic or hot iron C Insidious who am I?
Reminiscent of a parent or teacher's admonition to be heedful, the phrase likely left many not only misinformed, but disinclined.
It is apparent that the designers of the European Regional Development Fund were heedful of the Turpin narrative.
Amid the optimism, the government remained heedful of external risks that might impact on growth in the near term, Finance Secretary Cesar V.
Ellis (1994) briefs on the value of cognizant and heedful considerations pertaining to the rules and regulations much needed for learning a target language.
There is more than enough evidence that we are not mindful and heedful when and where it is most needed.
As lawmakers and lobbyists dig into the details, they should be sensitive to demographics, heedful of a rich diversity of voices, and responsive to the complexity of an ever-evolving nation and the families it contains.
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.