OTHER WORDS FROM proactivepro·ac·tive, nounpro·ac·tiv·i·ty, pro·ac·tive·ness, nounpro·ac·tive·ly, adverb
How to use proactive in a sentence
In addition to shifting the burden of proof from employee to employer, public policy must take a proactive approach to pay standards.American capitalism needs equal-pay legislation. Canada is showing us how to make it work|matthewheimer|October 12, 2020|Fortune
Facebook says it played a “proactive” role in the FBI investigation, first reaching out to law enforcement six months ago.Militia tied to plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer was removed from Facebook in boogaloo purge|Taylor Hatmaker|October 8, 2020|TechCrunch
Automated root-cause analysis allows operators to shift toward predictive, proactive SLA management, meaning the detection and prevention of anomalies before they happen.
He says the gestures and statements companies made this summer follow a long history of being reactive, instead of proactive.Will 2020’s racial reckoning lead to progress on marketing’s long-standing representation problems?|Brooke Henderson|October 6, 2020|Fortune
By aligning proactive communications efforts to the news of the day, companies can boost their reputation and expand interest in their stock.Sustainability: If your company has a great record, make sure investors hear about it|matthewheimer|October 2, 2020|Fortune
Republicans could work around this issue with a touch of proactivity.Republicans Shouldn't Filibuster Filibuster Reform|Justin Green|December 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But proactivity will be rewarded, by Thursday, when the Sun quits squaring Pluto.