supportiveness


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sup·por·tive

 (sə-pôr′tĭv)
adj.
Furnishing support or assistance.

sup·por′tive·ly adv.
sup·por′tive·ness n.
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supportiveness

[səˈpɔːtɪvnɪs] Nsustentación f
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The study rated the emirate highly for supportiveness of policies in terms of fostering a sustainable tourism growth, scale of travel and tourism market and concentration and density of tourists and visitor activity.
On the other hand, when employees of organizations are asked about what is positive about other teams or departments, the answers usually include kind responses, friendliness, open communication, supportiveness, punctuality regarding deadlines, professionalism and a family-like atmosphere.
Predominantly, organizational change is investigated through a simple lens of "supportiveness to change" in research.
As it can be seen from the Table 3, findings demonstrated that occupational role commitment was weaker, but was still a significant predictor of life satisfaction among respondents with positive perception of family supportiveness of the work environment ([beta] = 0.20, t = 1.97, p < 0.05).
"Interventions that reduce diabetes distress and enhance the autonomy supportiveness of informal supporters may be effective approaches to improving glycemic control."
Female students, students coming from upper class in society, and students who had higher family income and sexual experiences had more supportiveness attitudes towards voluntary induced abortion (p<0.05).
-Inability to recover its distribution infrastructure investment on a timely manner or regulatory supportiveness deteriorates such that DP&L's FFO adjusted leverage sustains above 5.0x.
Her ability to mentor those around her created an atmosphere of growth and supportiveness, and her guidance was valued highly by her colleagues.
These contrasting patterns suggest a potential downside to mothers' supportiveness of children's negative emotions for third-grade children's social adjustment in school.
- Supportiveness (helpfulness, championing, comforting, self-control)
* Put your shoes through the "pretzel" test to gauge their supportiveness. If you can easily twist the shoes into a pretzel-like shape, they're not very supportive.