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Biotech Leadership

Leadership vocab

TermDefinition
Criteria A standard that is set to be judged or decided.
Resources An amount of supplies that a person or organization has to function effectively.
Smart To have or show a quick-witted intelligence.
Long-Term To be occurring over a long period of time.
Psychic Income The satisfactions that accompany an occupation or economic activity that is not consisting of physical objects.
Worst-Case Scenario The worst possible outcome out of several possible outcomes in planning or a simulation.
Values The thought of something that holds an importance or worth to a person.
Immediate Goals Goals taking place now
Short-Term Something occurring in or relating to a short period of time.
Talent Area An area that a person has talent in.
Momentum The movement of mass.
Tangible Something your able to see by touch.
Inertia The tendency to do nothing or leave it unchanged.
Ways and Means The methods and resources at someone's disposal for achieving something.
Matrix an environment or material where something develops
Prime of first importance
Procastination the action of delaying or postponing something.
Portability the state of being portable.
Prioritization To look at a group of object and order them in order of importance or urgency.
Professional A person who is involved or very qualified in a profession.
Personal Belonging or affecting to a particular person rather than anyone else
Important Something of great significance or value.
Qualifier a person or team that qualifies for a competition or its final round.
Urgent requiring immediate action or attention
Time Management the ability to use one's time effectively or productively
Accountability the fact or condition of being accountable
Coherence the quality of being logical and consistent.
Fear To be afraid or scared of something or someone
Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Any positive or negative expectation about something that may affect a person's behavior towards it in a manner that causes those expectations to be fulfilled.
Conceit Too much pride in your own worth or goodness
Resilient To be able to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens
Surface Analysis The study of physical and chemical phenomena that occur at the interface of two materials.
Doubt To be uncertain about something.
Self-Concpet An idea you have of what kind of person you are
Action Something being done
Self-Determination The freedom to make your own choices
Desire To want or wish for something
Anxiety Fear or nervousness of what might happen
Pygmalion A king of Cyprus who makes a female figure of ivory that is brought to life for him by Aphrodite
Self-Responsibility state of being responsible, answerable, or accountable for something within one's management.
Reference To mention something in speech or in writing.
peer Someone who belongs to the same age range or social group as someone else.
Effective Something relating to or influencing feelings or emotions
Symbiotic Diverse organisms the live together but have no benefits for the both of them.
Condescend Show feelings of superiority
Psychomatic Physical illness or other condition caused or aggravated by a mental factor such as internal conflict.
Role Model A person looked to by others for a purpose such as being intimidating.
Behavioral Involving, relating to, or emphasizing behavior
Tunnel Vision Defect in sight in which objects cannot be seen properly if not close to the center of the vision field.
Aptitude A natural ability to do something
Attitude Uncooperative behavior
Cognitive of or relating to cognition
Created by: CedricDolphin