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skillfulness in the use of the hands or body

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High school principals, on the other hand, ranked their number one skill set priority as interpersonal skills.
For Allina's Harrison, moving from one role to another is a matter of taking a skill set and experience base from one professional area and applying it to another.
There will be circumstances where you cannot stretch on your requirements for a specific position; you must have a certain skill set that is in high demand/low supply.
Figure 1 shows the K/S definition process, which uses the following terminology: Skill set--one of the twenty-three standard job skills, professional factors, or technical skills; Elements--the major skills that make up a particular skill set (skill being defined as "the qualities that enable a person to accomplish something"); and Measures--the bases, yardstick, or evaluation methods for determining the extent or degree of a skill or element.
The skill set that military personnel learn and refine in their roles to successfully serve our Country is the same skill set that is the foundation for success as a Certified Forensic Interviewer.
Speeds and Feeds: Students moving through Skill Set No.
It also identifies individual concepts within each skill set that may be creating problems for each student.
Other responses were a well-matched skill set (9 percent), the ability to act quickly (6 percent), functional experience (2 percent) and industry experience (1 percent).
Then too, the skill set required for managing employees on a 30,000-student campus is very different from the skill set it takes to create an environment from scratch, as Dase did at CSUCI.
Thriving--and, some days, just surviving--in an uncertain job market and economy requires a broad skill set for the communicator.
People whose primary skill set is managing others need to think hard about this.
To be successful, a broker has to have a very large skill set.
If you have a penchant for writing; knowledge of accounting, auditing or taxation; and an awareness of the desired skill set for entry level CPAs--the AICPA/NASBA team that is developing the computerized Uniform CPA Exam has a job for you.
The Wellfleet NETexpert Program offers customers the assurance that their networking staff has the required knowledge and skill level to operate Wellfleet's product family, and the ability to effectively use this skill set in a fully functioning, multiprotocol internetwork.
openQ President and Co-Founder Jim Zuffoletti to Address the Value and Challenge of Life Cycle Management at the 2007 Medical Science Liaison Skill Set Training