Definition of proactivity in English:

proactivity

noun

See proactive

  • ‘The report says there is a need for more proactivity in relation to sectors where there may be a chemical or biological product being traded outside the EU.’
  • ‘So I think the real nub of the problem is that you have not got HR focus and HR proactivity to cause these changes to happen, and it is just like a melee.’
  • ‘His reputation from his municipal politics days guarantees real proactivity.’
  • ‘While the formal concept is still relatively new, the future direction of BII is towards automation and proactivity.’
  • ‘Without more proactivity in these areas we are not going to counter the threats presented by the current trends in the world economy.’

Pronunciation

proactivity

/ˌprōˌakˈtivətē/