Resolution

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Resolution

A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.

Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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Events marking Conflict Resolution Day have taken place around the globe, including the Unites States, Canada, France, Nicaragua, Israel and Portugal.
Only when those objectives align with nation building, establishing democracy, humanitarian assistance, economic development, and the many other conflict resolution classifications that Colonel Caraccilo presents, will money transition from one national agency to another, thus lowering some of the competing interests that various components of the US government have.
To identify the services offered by academic libraries for conflict resolution.
So, it is important to understand whether different interpersonal conflict resolution styles are associated with one's ability to identity (such as identification of facial emotional expression), understand (such as understanding the transition of anger into sadness), use (using emotions to facilitate thought), and regulate emotions (or management of emotions).
In this study, conflict resolution strategies are divided into three groups: (a) coercion and manipulation; (b) offer and reply and, (c) reasoning.
During the conflict resolution training, staff are taught how to recognise signs a patient or family member is becoming irate, and how to diffuse the situation.
Each has a specific itinerary of formation and prayer, and each has a particular outreach such as evangelization, care for the poor, or international conflict resolution.
The after-school program's overriding goals are to foster intrinsic motivation, healthy identity, positive self-esteem, adaptive peer relationships, and positive conflict resolution.
Children model their teacher's attitudes and will see themselves as kind and caring individuals in a class community that supports conflict resolution and peacemaking (Wheeler, 2004).
Leaders in the Palestinian Arab community relied on Sulha, a traditional indigenous conflict resolution method, which has been used successfully to contain and manage community conflicts and violence.
In Wales there are plenty of examples of new and innovative ways of encouraging tolerance, friendship and conflict resolution.
Other sources for mediator referrals include the Association for Conflict Resolution and the American Health Lawyers Association.

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