C2C

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AcronymDefinition
C2CCorner to Corner (Crochet)
C2CCradle to Cradle (product design sustainability concept)
C2CChance to Change (various organizations)
C2CCoast to Coast (walk)
C2CChance to Choose (various organizations)
C2CConsumer-to-Consumer (commerce)
C2CCapacity to Change (various organizations)
C2CCar-to-Car (automotive technology)
C2CCompany-to-Company
C2CCheek to Cheek (Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga album)
C2CCenter to Center
C2CContract to Contract (employment)
C2CCar to Car
C2CConsumer to Consumer
C2CClient to Client
C2CClick to Call
C2CCarrier to Carrier
C2CCaveman to Cosmos (gaming)
C2CCam to Cam (webcam)
C2CConnect to Community
C2CCommunity to Community (Association; Bellingham, WA)
C2CColleague to Colleague (Kansas and Missouri; education)
C2CComputer to Computer
C2CCloud to Coast
C2CClassroom to Classroom (various locations)
C2CCarrier to Carrier Telecom (Netherlands)
C2CCoil to Can (aluminum can manufacturing)
C2CContainers to Clinics (Dover, MA)
C2CCorp to Corp
C2CChip-to-Chip (computer chip design)
C2CCash-To-Cash Cycle
C2CCrude to Customer (energy value chain)
C2CCity 2 City (Singtel)
C2CCare to Chat
C2CConcept to Customer
C2CCourage to Care
C2CCommand and Control Constellation
C2CCost to Company
C2CCheck to Check (money transfer)
C2CCollege to Corporate
C2CCadet 2nd Class
C2CCall to Consciousness (band)
C2CCouples 2 Couples
C2CCorporate-To-Corporate
C2CCampus to Career (various schools)
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By what you model and teach, you prepare young people to pass those tests--to have the courage to care. And by so doing, you prepare them to be citizens who will defend and protect freedom and democracy--not just for themselves, but also for others.
Schwarzenegger will confer her with 'Courage To Care Award' at the third annual Noche De Ninos Gala at California's Beverly Hilton Hotel on 9 May (09), reports Contactmusic.
It is about restoring a sense of compassion, the courage to care. It is up to us, to shelter our babies so that they may all blossom into full bloom; te puawaitanga o te kakano.
(14) Magda Trocme, "Magda Trocme," The Courage to Care: Rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust, ed.
Leaders of today must have the courage to care. Leaders will need to go beyond the bottom-line performance and care for not only the staff but for the good things the organization/association can do and what good things the organization/association can do in the community.
Once you have the courage to care, how do you turn it off?
A 60-second commercial entitled the "The Courage to Care," was broadcast first during the televised Opening Ceremonies of the Olympic Winter Games to kick-off the campaign.
It takes courage to care. It takes courage to stand up and demand change.
Leaders of the new era must have the courage to care. They will need to go beyond bottom-line performance and to care for not only the staff but for the good things that the organization can do and what good things the organization can do in the community.
Many employees have embraced the Total Safety Culture initiative and have taken the Courage to Care personal safety commitment to look out for their peers and go home safe at the end of every day.
You may ask, "Why courage?" It takes courage to care for our patients when they are vulnerable, needing our compassion and expertise; courage to make life and death decisions; courage to handle the multiple changing demands of our profession; courage to manage our work and personal lives; and courage to be the leaders our patients expect and deserve.
United in achieving this purpose, we serve with the courage to care, the courage to connect, and the courage to change so that we can continue to provide the best possible care to those who wear the cloth of our nation.