HCLI

AcronymDefinition
HCLIHealth Care Leadership Institute (San Francisco, CA)
HCLIHigh Cost/Low Income
HCLIHekimian Command Language Interface
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
'Adherence to core values of Filipino culture such as pakikisama and bayanihan, can cause some leaders to come across as having a lack of assertiveness - an important trait for a global leader dealing with Anglo-Saxon archetypes,' the HCLI said.
ML: mantle length, MWI: mantle width index, FLI: fin length index, FWI: fin width index, AILI: index arm I length, AILII: index arm II length, AILIII: index arm III length, AILIV: index arm IV length, and HcLI: hectocotylized arm length index.
Five core leadership development strategies emerged from Gallup and HCLI's interviews with highly successful ASEAN leaders.
The study, which measures a nation's competitiveness based on the quality of talent it can produce, attract and retain, was produced in collaboration with the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore (HCLI) and Adecco, and focuses on the topic 'Growing talent for today and tomorrow'.
(3) Sowohl der alte Indikator, der einen fixen Schwellenwert von mindestens zehn Prozent fur die Ratio modellierte Kosten/Einkommen setzte, als auch der neue High-Cost/Low-Income(HCLI)-Indikator haben diesen Vorteil.
The measurements (in mm) and indices used in the work are as defined by Roper & Voss (1983): mantle length (ML); mantle width index (MWI); fin length index (FLI); fin width index (FWI); and hectocotylized arm length index (HcLI).
The country performs relatively well in the pillars Grow (47th) and Global Knowledge skills (33rd)-in part explained by good access to growth opportunities, according to the index released by Insead, the Adecco Group and the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore (HCLI).
The study which measures a nation's competitiveness based on the quality of talent it can produce, attract and retain, was produced in collaboration with the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore (HCLI) and Adecco, and focuses on the topic 'growing talent for today and tomorrow'.
Talent remains a highly competitive resource in today's global economy, according to the first edition of the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI), which was published by INSEAD, based on research in partnership with the Human Capital Leadership Institute of Singapore (HCLI) and Adecco.