Initiative [noun]

Definition of Initiative:

eagerness to do something

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Sentence/Example of Initiative:

Rich countries are backing this initiative, but so far, the majority have not yet dipped into their own stockpiles to contribute vaccines.

They engaged in a more purposeful way than ever before to redesign the brand’s approach to paid search marketing in an effort to align with the business’s overall digital transformation initiatives.

The initiative is designed to help poorer countries deal with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

He said it was the right time in the organization’s development to begin leading the way on policy initiatives.

The research initiative began in 2000 due to increased sightings and a growing fear of conflicts with humans.

It’s a reminder that for diversity efforts to achieve their purpose, they need to add new voices to decision-making processes, going beyond how well a board or executive team or workplace complies with an initiative on the surface.

She also launched the “Yes, 1 Billion Kids Can Code” initiative to donate educational resources to children around the world.

In the San Francisco Bay area, the Panthers launched a series of initiatives to get community control of the police on the ballot.

Until his arrest, Wynn worked as a violence interrupter, a contract position with the city’s anti-violence Cure the Streets initiative.

Worthy will reserve portions of all subsequent raises for like initiatives.