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skillfulness in the use of the hands or body

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Finally, Skill Set #3 requires risk taking and flexible thinking, while also expanding students' ability to transfer knowledge.
To be effective all boards must address board leadership, board size, required skill sets, board member performance, and succession planning.
Merging the postal clerk and storekeeper ratings will give the PCs a viable career path, broader skill set, and increased advancement opportunity with no adverse effect on the SKs, according to Command Master Chief (SW) James A.
It may be that your goals do not include programming skills, and you don't use Skill Set No.
To increase the visibility of potential African American board members, the ELC is also in partnership with the National Association of Corporate Directors, and works toward registering members on the association's database--one of the primary sources companies use to seek eligible candidates in particular skill sets.
The full-range of the effective skill set rarely exists or develops together in a manager or technical professional in a specific industry.
There must be an intermediary, an expert entrepreneur with the skill set necessary to get a product on the shelves, then off them and into people's homes and places of work.
Elementary school principals ranked teaching and learning as the top leadership skill set needed for improving and sustaining academic achievement in their urban school.
With Jeff, we raise the bar even higher because he brings a depth of knowledge and a skill set that will add tremendous value to our new development division.
Unlike other accreditation programs that relied on a single skill set or specified texts, the IABC program was based on a candidate's ability to respond to real-life problems.
Kasprisin says what he found difficult when seeking a position was not his skill set, but rather "the inherent bias of the hiring managers, who want to hire somebody with industry experience," which he dubs "the wrong approach.
And part of the strategy involves the opposite of planned obsolesce--you need to imagine the additional skills that will be necessary in the future so you are not just replicating yourself (today's successful skill set), but creating a skill set for future success.
They have to get together and take the pool of talent they have and determine where the skill sets are, because every individual has a different skill set.
We can no longer expect to find the exact skill set we desire and will have to be more realistic in assessing the available labor pool.