Entering the workforce as a HCA is most commonly based on the qualities of agreeability
or desire to work with older people (George et al.
That distaste for agreeability
is reinforced by Amazon's leadership principles, one of which reads: Leaders are obligated to respectfully challenge decisions when they disagree, even when doing so is uncomfortable or exhausting.
Polar technology) have consistently demonstrated accuracy and high agreeability
to ECG (Terbizan et al.
Still, the recognition and management of diversity requires each social imaginary to commit to a broad-based framework of agreeability
gets you so far in life, but when the chips are down, it sometimes helps to lose your temper.
He came, after all, from that heartland of American life which had first [been] bequeathed to all TV viewers as the most viable decorum--that intolerable mixture of bland agreeability
and dissolved salt which characterized all performers who appeared in public each day for years and prospered.
The issue is not the degree of tranquility or even necessarily agreeability
within the therapeutic frame, but the sense that one is 'there' for another, appreciative of the opportunity, and available to work it through.
concrete way by showing both the agreeability
but yet ultimate authority
The results are shown in Table 3 and can be summarized as follows: Negative correlations were found between the general denture satisfaction and each of Neuroticism (NEO-N), Agreeability
(NEO-A), and Conscientiousness domains (NEO-N), and positive ones with Extraversion (NEO-E) and Openness (NEO-O).
The last category is especially interesting, and included openness to experiences, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeability
, emotional stability, self-regulation, perseverance, decision-making and interpersonal skills.
1997) contend that open administrations ought to just be conveyed by personal suppliers if the conventional commitments could be set behind in adequately correct terms and if agreeability
might be guaranteed.
The exercises increased the rigidity and agreeability
of the erythrocytes (6).