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facilitative

 [fah-sil´ĭ-ta″tiv]
in pharmacology, denoting a reaction arising as an indirect result of drug action, as development of an infection after the normal microflora has been altered by an antibiotic.

facilitative

/fa·cil·i·ta·tive/ (fah-sil´ĭ-tāt-iv) in pharmacology, denoting a reaction arising as an indirect result of drug action, as development of an infection after the normal microflora has been altered by an antibiotic.

fa·cil·i·ta·tive

(fă-sil'i-tā-tiv)
Accentuation or diminution of one or more factors to improve overall function.

facilitative

in pharmacology, denoting a reaction arising as an indirect result of drug action, such as development of an infection after the normal microflora has been altered by an antibiotic.
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THIS ARTICLE DEFINES FACILITATIVE LEADERSHIP as advocated by Roger Schwarz and describes the use of this relatively new leadership approach in a public library system.
By using art as projective media during the process of facilitative interaction, it came to light that the respondents were victims of abuse during their childhood years.
The leader who uses the facilitative approach is committed to helping other officials accomplish their goals.
Assuming a facilitative government context, they neglect how distant forces such as governments affect dynamics within organizations.
These areas were Personal Commitment (including the Responsibility, Openness, Motivation, Attractiveness, Immediacy, Concreteness, and Outcome scales), Facilitative Conditions (including the Acceptance, Confrontation, Genuineness, Trustworthiness, Tolerance, and Concreteness scales), and Nurturance (including the Acceptance, Self-Disclosure, Nurturance, and Attractiveness scales).
It has been noted that some athletes view intensity responses to be much more facilitative than other athletes (Jones, Hanton, & Swain, 1994; Jones & Swain, 1995).
While facilitative strategies smooth the way for change to occur, directive strategies are used to make the change actually happen.
Next, facilitative roles of government are discussed, mostly in terms of 1990s PAR commentaries by earlier-era leaders of the field.
We then present a graphical model to discuss the interplay of facilitative and competitive effects, in view of the combined response of plants to light and moisture conditions.
Local governments, in turn, must perceive a more facilitative implementation style.
The PSC says the car grant was a facilitative allowance previously given to state officers serving in Parliament.
They said that this important provincial body would play its facilitative and supportive role for improving the state of higher education in the province.

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