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verb To encourage or provide a person with the means or information to become involved in solving his/her own problems
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Empowering Women in Industry is proud to work with Mel on this initiative and encourage everyone to tune in every month.
" Hilary Wanduragala, Managing Director, Selyn is a strong believer in empowering women, he said, "I believe that when you empower a woman, you empower a household and that's why it is important to focus on providing our women with the ability and the equal opportunities to do so.
In November 2017, we celebrated empowering African women Researchers in STEM through our fourth edition of UNESCO Merck Africa Research Summit MARS 2017, an annual conference of MERCK STEM program for women.
Work settings that are structurally empowering are more likely to have management practices that increase employees' feelings of organizational justice, respect and trust.
These organizations provide a network of individuals whose knowledge and experiences can significantly supplement the efforts of a VR agency in meeting its mission and in empowering persons with disabilities to achieve their employment and independent living goals.
Why are self-help groups so empowering? Two possible factors were identified in this study: Social support and social learning.
You are empowering parents at the top of your audience pyramid to promote your camp on your behalf through the direct testimony of photographs.
So what differentiates the empowering leader from the empowered leader?
Empowering people with disabilities to have control over the policies and practices that directly affect their lives can achieve this important objective.
If empowerment changes how teachers view their work, empowering children should improve their view of learning.
It involves the concrete process of articulating the vision, mission, and values of the organization within the context of a long-range strategic plan and giving impetus to that plan by empowering subordinates.
In empowering people, leaders quickly learn that their "position" and "autonomy" are replaced with influence and interdependence.

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