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not forward but reticent or reserved in manner

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not arrogant or presuming

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of a person who has held and relinquished a position or office

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reluctant to draw attention to yourself

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Upon introducing these changes Theresa May, who was then Home Secretary, said: "Direct damage has been done to public confidence by cases in which officers escaped justice by resigning or retiring where they might have been dismissed.
After retiring in 1980, he briefly practiced law and published a book of poems.
Retiring practitioners also recognize the need to properly transition the client base.
Just over 22 per cent of those survey said they were planning to retire before 60 years of age while comparable portions of boomers said they plan on retiring between 60 and 64 years of age or at 65.
It is crucial that a retiring CFO works closely with the CEO to carefully structure a framework and process that is sensitive to these potential issues.
In addition, the audit firm must review the partner's work to assess whether the retiring partner exercised appropriate professional skepticism on the audit engagement.
If you're thinking about retiring early or accepting a package, you should first consult a financial advisor, says Richard Bayer, economist and COO of The Five O'Clock Club, a national career consulting and outplacement firm in New York City.
After retiring, he operated a consulting actuary business for clients in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Virtually all corporate pundits and consultants agree that the retiring CEO should leave his or her company and not stay on as chairman or a director or even have an office at company headquarters.
But few suspect what every congressman knows: Thanks to an extremely generous pension program, many retiring members can live very well, at taxpayer expense, without lifting a finger.
Many, if not all, inside directors may owe their jobs to the retiring CEO and would be reluctant to contradict his views out of a sense of loyalty and/or fear: CEOs often continue to exercise enormous power even after their retirement.
Responses ranged from age 40 to age 65, with 5 retiring before the age of 50, 4 between 50 and 55, 16 between the ages of 55 and 60 and 4 after the age of 60.
Offering this innovative product through our strategic alliance with Retired Directors Assurance Underwriting Services provides retiring directors with much-needed protection.
At the same time, a sea change has occurred in preferences for retiring earlier or later than that age point.
After retiring in 1981, he taught politics and history at Juniata College.