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Synonyms for promote

Synonyms for promote

to raise in rank

to help bring about

to cause to move forward or upward, as toward a goal

to make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

to increase or seek to increase the importance or reputation of by favorable publicity

Synonyms for promote

be changed for a superior chess or checker piece

change a pawn for a better piece by advancing it to the eighth row, or change a checker piece for a more valuable piece by moving it to the row closest to your opponent

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Therefore, the supervisor might select other employees for traveling to conferences, thereby building a relationship that might enhance the perceived promotability of the non-stigmatized individual.
This concept is referred to as upward influence where followers using multiple influence tactics are able to gain favor, better relationships, and even enhanced perceptions of promotability from such behavior (Thacker & Wayne, 1995).
If you have someone who is an "A" in their current position and a "C" in promotability, be thankful that he or she is in place and leave them be.
Using facts, his own experiences, and sea stories, the author gives us a light but instructive overview of the Navy's often complicated system of promotion and assignments, adding his occasional considerations of what could be done to enhance an individual's career and promotability.
They hope to improve their friends' efficiency, their promotability, their comfort - and ease their own angst about the clutter.
Concurrently, their confidence in you, your self-confidence, and your promotability will all rise.
Your marketability and promotability increase, as will your prospects for major contributions to your field and for leadership responsibilities.
Create a four-quadrant matrix with two axes to measure all of your staff in the areas of promotability and performance.
Melamed (1996b) reported a negative association between conscientiousness and extrinsic career success in a sample of managers from the British Civil Service; and Robertson, Baron, Gibbons, MacIver, and Nyfield (2000) found a negative association between conscientiousness and promotability, which is an index of extrinsic career success, in a sample of junior and middle managers from a variety of British organizations.
Surveys consistently have shown that the ability to communicate effectively is one of the characteristics judged by managers to be most critical in determining promotability.
Further, since the ability to have effective mentors has been documented to affect promotability and turnover (Scandura and Viator 1994), a weakening of professional relationships involving mentors may be perceived as a detrimental consequence of adopting a FWA.
Point of view, promotability and patience are the three P's that continually pop up among Albrecht, his deputies and the creative community that works with them.
But knowledge is a lot more--it's also ability, confidence, and promotability.
They especially like the brand's inherent promotability, be notes, explaining that they see Power Stick as "a product and program in one.
Since masculine jobs are those with higher status and promotability potentials, femal es are disadvantaged.