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capable of being readily understood

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Observed Managerial Skills Managerial Skills Definition Communication skills The ability to consciously and harmonically communicate, that is to speak as clearly and comprehensibly as possible, to attentively listen to others, be able to differentiate the substantial from the marginal, be open to needs of others and careful to understand non-verbal signals.
While on first impression these axes may appear rigid, suggesting a linear progression for both the research process and development of student autonomy, applications of the RSD framework across disciplines at Monash University have effectively demonstrated its ability to comprehensibly describe the entire research journey in a non-prescriptive, flexible, and adaptable manner.
Advisors and support personnel must understand this and provide assistance that comprehensibly offsets having been underserved.
I have long realized that my business as an actor is to communicate my character's story clearly and comprehensibly.
The proceedings were published on the web two weeks in advance, the program was on schedule, and a large majority of the lectures were comprehensibly presented.
Public sphere entities should report strategy comprehensibly to managers (Popescu, 2014, 2012), so they perceive their functions and undertakings as related to essential strategic results, being better positioned to use the possible advantages of the BSC as a performance management instrument.
In addition to other information requirements established by Community law, Member States shall ensure, except when otherwise agreed by parties who are not consumers, that at least the following information is given by the service provider clearly, comprehensibly and unambiguously and prior to the order being placed by the recipient of the service:
Teams need systematic approaches for communicating information clearly, comprehensibly, and reliably (Gandhi et al.
It was important for us to comprehensibly cater to that segment," said Goyal.
1m to the city's wage bill, while, from all indications that have been available so far, comprehensibly failing to save any money from the city's management consultants bill as was promised.
Organized alphabetically like a conventional dictionary or encyclopedia, entries are clear, concise, and comprehensibly cross-referenced.
The study restrain towards empirical and panoramic analysis of known and unknown variables which comprehensibly highlight the significance of knowledge base enterprises, by having entrepreneurial intentions, attitudes and motivation.
Celati's narratives, by contrast--for example those included in Nnrratori delle pianure--always recount what to the tellers of the stories are comprehensibly structured events.
Furthermore, potentially valuable concepts are not written comprehensibly and may fail to thoroughly communicate ideas to the reader.
These paradoxes don't require anything mysterious to explain them: like all the other symptoms of anorexia, they derive directly and comprehensibly from the physiology of starvation.