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the ability to use your judgment to make decisions and do things without needing to be told what to do:
Although she was quite young, she showed a lot of initiative and was promoted to manager after a year.
I shouldn”t always have to tell you what to do, use your initiative (= use your own judgment to decide what to do)!
If you do something on your own initiative, you plan it and decide to do it yourself without anyone telling you what to do.
the ability to judge what needs to be done and take action, esp. without suggestion from other people:
take/seize/lose the initiative The group”s legal advisers said they were taking the initiative to tackle online privacy issues.
Works that were centrally planned and assigned, moreover, had a better chance of seeing print than did books written on personal initiative.
This can make study findings appear redundant as the health service rushes on to experiment with the next new initiative.
As it is possible to observe, the high negative coefficient indicates a very significant replacement effect between executive decrees and bill initiatives.
On financial services, the policy initiative was in the hands of the corporate lobbyists who pushed for a project which was eventually implemented.
Each factor could cause an observed relationship between initiative use and efficacy to be spurious.
We expect more initiatives generally to lead to greater efficacy, but we also examine whether this relationship is non-linear.
The interaction terms were used to test whether ballot initiatives have a stigmatizing effect on racial and ethnic minorities, leading to lower political efficacy.
The first phase of liberal social policy supported a dual model with a strong call for self-help and philanthropic initiatives.
Each of these initiatives would be as important for dual worker households as for working single parents.