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coping skill

Something that one does in order mitigate psychological or emotional stress. What coping skills do you use to get through tough times? Constant exercise might not be the healthiest coping skill.
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He began to peel this with great composure, observing at the same time, that to ask a good woodsman to shoot at a target so broad as had hitherto been used, was to put shame upon his skill.
However it be, thou shalt not crow over us with a mere show of superior skill.
A jubilee of acclamations followed; and even Prince John, in admiration of Locksley's skill, lost for an instant his dislike to his person.
These were arranged in due order by the side of the murderous saws, knives, and scissors, when Elnathan stretched his long body to its utmost elevation, placing his hand on the small of his back as if for sup port, and looked about him to discover what effect this display of professional skill was likely to produce on the spectators.
Such were the impressions of Remarkable on the subject; and such doubtless were the opinions of most of those who felt it necessary to entertain a species of religious veneration for the skill of Elnathan; but such was far from the truth.
Organizations need to focus on building the technical program management skills of their employees to efficiently manage programs, but they also need to focus on the leadership skills (a.
She also suggested making a database of bird information, as database construction was another skill they needed to practice.
The skill sets, tools, and strategies embedded in the SSS program were developed based on extensive reviews of the research regarding improved academic and social outcomes for students (Hattie, Biggs, & Purdie, 1996; Masten & Coatsworth, 1998; Wang, Haertel, & Walberg, 1994).
Yet, it is also true that health care organizations and physician executives who overcome the pigeonhole phenomenon discover that leadership qualities, market knowledge and skills acquired in a particular sector can be transferred to a new sector and environment.
The list provides a broad overview of the child's development, covering items like basic speech skills and the ability to follow two-step directions.
This indicates a change from previous practices in which career and vocational training received minimal attention, while academic and social skill building received most of the assessment attention.
TOWES creators have also developed curriculum and training plans designed to address skill gaps.
is heightened when combined with multiple synergists (assistant muscles) to perform a specific skill.
143) These same power relations are seen in evaluations of competencies which tend to emphasize formal teaching from managers or institutions of higher learning, and downplay or ignore informal skill sharing among workers, the ways that groups of workers accomplish tasks using the diversity of skills and strengths present in a group and the synergy of strengths that develop within a team (Darrah, 1997).
If you don't have [a particular skill or experience,] don't put down that you do.