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Enabling is the key to thesuccess of empowerment. Without the right education, training, coaching and tools, workers cannot assume the responsibilities and decision-making roles that make empowerment work.

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What was the governments idea to help the crops?

(Needs) national economic empowerment and development strategy

What is identity empowerment theory?

First of all, I guess your question is: "What is identity in empowerment theory?" And for the answer, I must say that trying to find your own identity & personality construct is one of the main aims of Empowerment theory. I have studied Elisheva Sadan's eBook (2004) on Empowerment theory and Community. In this book, Sadan emphasizes on this fact that an empowered person is sure to have attained an internal personality construct; that is, he/she has not only been able to know about his or her identity fully but also has been able to know his/her position in the society. This way this interior person is able to help the exterior ones find their own identity as well.

How did the enabling act help Hitler?

The Enabling Act (passed on the 23rd of March 1933) helped Hitler massively by effectively making him legal dictator of Germany. The Enabling Act stated that Hitler was able to run the government of Germany for four years without the consent of the Reichstag (Parliament). The Enabling Act allowed Hitler to consolidate his power in the run up to him becoming Fuhrer in August 1934. Hitler used the Enabling Act to abolish trade unions in May 1933 and later banning all other political parities in July 1933. The banning of trade unions meant that the workers couldn't organise an uprising against him and the banning of political parties made Germany a one-part state where it was very difficult to stand up to the Nazis.

The rise of national conventions to nominate the president led to the empowerment of what group?

interest groups

What is the Act of Admission?

a congressional act enabling a state to join the union

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What is the difference between empowerment and motivation?

Empowerment involves providing individuals with the tools, resources, and support to take control of their own actions and decisions. Motivation, on the other hand, refers to the drive, desire, or reason behind a person's actions or behavior. While empowerment focuses on building capacity and enabling action, motivation is more about fueling the desire to act.

The ability to take actions that help you feel in control of your life is known as?


What is an enabling contract?

it is a device to help you poo

How does a human resource information system help the organization?

employee empowerment primarily involves

What was the governments idea to help the crops?

(Needs) national economic empowerment and development strategy

How did Hitler use the enabling law to help him consolidate his power?

Because the Enabling Law would help him get power for 4 years he could do whatever he wanted and do Germany however he wanted.

What is the Latin word for empowerment?

latin word for empowerment

What rhymes with empowerment?

There are no perfect rhymes for the word empowerment.

Programs of ngos for women empowerment?

NGOs for women's empowerment focus on women's access to healthcare, education, and legal representation. Some NGOs help women develop employable skills and find paid work.

What is Economic empowerment through Agriculture?

Economic empowerment through agriculture occasionally happens through subsidy. When farms are subsidized and allow to grow through help, they actually become more empowered economically in the long run.

What are some examples of empowerment?

give them choice, let them be independent, encourage them, help them,

What is a root word of empowerment?

The root word of empowerment is "power."