careerism


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the practice of advancing your career at the expense of your personal integrity

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At its worst, careerism can also lead subordinates to curry favour with their superiors by engaging in unethical behaviour, such as complying with ethically ambiguous orders, keeping problems quiet, failing to voice dissent when a situation calls for it, and basically "going along" to get ahead.
Service is the way for authority to be exercised in the Christian community," he said, adding that careerism, ambition, fame and worldly triumphs were "incompatible with Christian discipleship.
This can be seen as an attack on careerism in the church--seeking a cardinalatial see will no longer guarantee a red hat.
Careerism is just the opposite; it focuses on "gaming" the system to get what is wanted.
The two cases have profound implications for the church leadership: as the UK's Tablet pointed out, the Vatican never denied the documents' authenticity, nor did any officials discuss their more controversial contents "showing instances of financial corruption, mismanagement, factional fighting and careerism involving the priests and bishops that run the Roman Curia.
He allowed a proliferation of feuds, small centers of power that fought among themselves with much ambition, careerism and betrayals.
Too often we give an impression to the outside world of confrontations and careerism rather than serving the faithful," he said.
Coverage includes barriers to women in the first half of the 20th century; women running in primaries, winning primaries, and winning general elections into Congress from 1956 to 2010; the development of careerism in Congress and incumbency and the impact on women's political opportunities; transformations in individual decisions to run for office; comparisons of the competitive environment faced by female and male House incumbents; the developing gap between numbers of Democratic and Republican women in the House; the role of party in women candidates' success; and congressional women in the second half of the 21st century.
His rule marked a period of both economic stability and political repressions for Bulgaria, dominated by complete submission of Bulgaria to the Soviet rule, which lasted until the deterioration of East-West relations in the 1980s, when a stagnating economic situation, a worsening international image and growing careerism and corruption in the BCP weakened his positions.
Devoid of the cynical careerism that has ghosted a practice like John Currin's, Giegerich's decision late in life to start over and invent a new slowness for her art embodies a commitment directly at odds with the tendency of all things contemporary to accelerate.
If you watch on YouTube my clash on BBC Young Voters Question Time with a wee, daft lassie claiming to be a Scottish Lib Dem MP, you will see in her performance the very definition of hypocrisy, careerism and cowardice.
He criticized the outgoing government as becoming an illegal source of opportunism or careerism of inapt rulers.
With so much emphasis on technology and careerism, the arts of diagnosis and patient communication are not valued, he said.
For example, Burns writes that coverage from 1980 to 2001, the era called "First Lady as Political Interloper," reflected the backlash against second-wave feminism and the public debate between the "domestic ideal" of femininity and careerism.
Kohn's calls for promoting only those officers who have demonstrated intellectual as well as operational and command ability and changing the culture within the military to end careerism, anti-intellectualism, and the politicization of officers.