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1 This government believes very strongly in the empowerment of women.
2 Empowerment also entails being given the opportunity to fail.
3 Empowerment enthusiasts are being spurred on by stories of remarkable productivity gains.
4 Empowerment increases the opportunity costs of children, prompting later marriages and increasing the divorce rate, similarly lowering fertility.
5 Decentralization, empowerment, and ownership created great improvement in our control of events, products, and outcomes.
6 In the true spirit of empowerment, the company is asking its employees to nominate the recipients.
7 The success of empowerment is thus directly dependent on the success of other concepts in this book, including accountability for results.
8 Black economic empowerment should be uplifting for blacks in business, in private ownership and so on.
9 I believe delegation and empowerment is starting to show improvements but we still have a long way to go.
10 Empowerment education for change - personal, educational or socio-economic - is an ongoing process that demands time and continued commitment.
11 I sensed real enthusiasm and empowerment among some of the fundholders and discovered tangible improvements in patient care.
12 But in the world of child welfare this empowerment in fact carries almost no power.
13 Their insights and empowerment helped us get rid of lots of dumb practices, and to cut off problems at their source.
14 We are a firm of consultants with empowerment credentials.
15 You can't have empowerment without first having trust.
16 Controlling is important is employee empowerment.
17 You will begin to understand what empowerment means.
18 So out of kind of this empowerment you created what is now one of the most important interfaith groups in America.
19 Community organizing indirectly produces positive health impacts, through strengthening social networks, community participation, psychological empowerment,(www.Sentencedict.com) and community competence.
20 To mobilize that support, he carried out a massive decentralization of the Motorola organization, providing new empowerment and ownership throughout.
21 By reducing domestic burdens, family planning is a fundamental part of any definition of empowerment.
22 Those with children have to make provision for those children while they are participating in a struggle for their own empowerment.
23 But they were able to do it, as their very real empowerment and ownership programs attest.
24 The main thrust of Prism's work is a belief that creative work can foster equality, joy and empowerment.
25 As the trend toward a flatter management structure and worker empowerment continues, production managers will increasingly perform the role of facilitators.
26 Finally he held people accountable for the matters he delegated, avoiding a common pitfall of those who use empowerment.
27 But he is raising his public profile with newspaper interviews on issues such as black empowerment.
28 We can not stand by and wait for the equivalent of the Apple Macintosh to create a second empowerment of our students.
29 Land reform is another high - minded black - empowerment project that has gone awry.
30 The story of the Internet is one of piecewise relinquishment of government control and empowerment of private individuals and organizations.
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