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agreeableness

one of the big five personality factors characterized by a tendency to be kind, generous, sympathetic and unselfish.
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Sami Al Qamzi, director-general of the DED, said: "We are proud to see the Consumer Friendliness Index initiative completing four successful years with a 13 per cent increase in number of participants, from 52 to 60 in 2015.
Mr Browning added: "The report has ranked the CWLEP as seventh of the 39 LEPs for business friendliness and ninth for economic potential which puts the area in a strong position when we are competing against other cities and towns in the UK to attract inward investors.
In the original analyses, the initial set of predictors did not significantly predict the verbal friendliness difference score.
Luton was bottom of the table scoring just one out of 10 for staff friendliness.
Friendliness of clerks was rated from highly friendly to highly unfriendly.
If we were more empathetic would this have a positive effect on our patients, or friendliness and our patient nurse relationships?
Cyndi Lee, who founded the Om Yoga center in Manhattan after years as a choreographer and performer, has created an approach that fuses this millenniums-old practice with a SpongeBob SquarePants' friendliness and humor.
In this nonrandomized study in which physicians occasionally self-disclosed, patients' perceptions of their physician's warmth and friendliness, reassurance and comfort, and their degree of satisfaction with their visit increased with disclosure by surgeons but decreased with disclosure by primary care physicians.
Hygiene standards were poor in four of the eight, but the UK establishments scored well for family friendliness, availability of goods in the shop and friendliness of staff.
But not that long ago, scrap paper markets were considered to be in dire need of such support, and consumer and office products companies faced a weighty decision as to whether the placement of a chasing arrows logo on the package would create quality doubts or be embraced for environmental friendliness.
The people shift is the heart of Ott's vision in that it stresses developing discipleship, a missional focus, and an insight about friendliness and hospitality that is critical.