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leadership

Etymology: AS, leadan, to lead, scieppan, to shape
the ability to influence others in the attainment of goals. Kinds of leadership include authoritarian, democratic, participative, and permissive (laissez faire).
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Successful project leaders also stay true to proven best practices instead of taking shortcuts to appease demands from stakeholders.
Once she sold Bill Rancic, her project leader for this task, on the strategy, Henry boosted the odds of success by contacting companies she had already established positive relationships with during the competition (such as Marquis Jet, an advertising client from Week 2) to sell ads.
One of the first tasks for the ISO project leader is to organize project teams to implement the program strategy.
Randy Shiplett, project leader for the recent renovation of Honda's Marysville Auto Plant in Ohio, says that one goal of the project is to reduce future new model exclusive investment by 50.
He has been with the company more than 32 years and has been both a team leader and project leader in Rohm and Haas' paper business and a project leader in the graphic arts business, where he led the development of the Lucidene 4000 Plus series of neutral pH polymers.
VOLUNTEERISM: ``I am a project leader and volunteer with LA WORKS.
Before, Camile wasn't suited to applications where you needed a PLC," says project leader and control engineer Dave Daniel, who cites high-speed machine sequencing as an example.
Our suggestion is for the project leader to recruit higher levels of talent among the "peers" by offering financial payment to those who agree to perform the review and who are both free of conflict of interest and willing to publish their names and credentials.
Steven Spielberg's project to film 50,000 interviews with World War II Holocaust survivors and witnesses is nearing its goal, the project leader said Thursday.
Alila was most recently a project leader in the Clinical Sciences Department at SmithKline Beecham Animal Health, where he designed and conducted preclinical and clinical animal studies to evaluate therapeutic effects of pharmaceutical compounds.
Engineers expect the chip to transmit pulsed signals for the lifetime of the bee, says project leader Gary Alley.