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Resiliency

Speed with which new orders respond to a change in prices.

Resiliency

The ability of equipment to continue to function at the same level even after its components stop working. This can be an important concept for complex machinery.
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Priorities in resilience building -safeguarding business or infrastructure or advancing social development-have impacts on equality, progress, and everyday life.
She further explains that the framework will be designed to provide impact assessment on three levels: for the overall program, the impact that resilience building efforts have on communities and, as the third level, the impact of individual resilience-building projects.
Beth Payne, director of FSI's Center of Excellence in Foreign Affairs Resilience, provided mentoring and advice, especially through her blog "Fostering Resilience.
After you learn to build resilience within yourself, five key steps will help employees achieve emotional resilience:
take a layered approach to build an effective cyber resilience plan to protect
There is a naturally learnable set of behaviours that contribute to resilience," said Grant who, with Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, wrote the book Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy.
Linear regression analysis confirmed the role of trait, state and overall resilience in the prediction of well-being in both countries and across both cultures.
The theory of resilience attempts to explain why some students perform better in their academics and achieve success in their lives despite of having negative contextual or personality factors (Reis, Colbert, and Thomas, 2005).
Key words: National sportsmen, physical activity, psychological resilience
Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Resilience invests in niche-oriented manufacturing, value added distribution and business service companies with sustainable market positions and a clear path to cash flow improvement.
We encourage regional governments to make national resilience an integral part of their strategic agendas in the next few years to address such possible disruptions, which are concerns for all mature economies," Maroun said.
Similarly, scores were higher on distress and resilience on pre-testing as compared to post-testing.