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managerial

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˌmænəˈdʒɪəriəl/
MANAGEMENT, HR, WORKPLACE relating to managers or management: Those who want to move into a managerial position are offered training and mentoring. Previous managerial experience will be required for this post. She has developed critical technical and managerial skills. His managerial style has been described as collaborative.
Translations of “managerial”
in Chinese (Traditional) 經理的, 管理的, 經營上的…
in Russian управленческий…
in Turkish idarî, yönetsel, yönetimsel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 经理的, 管理的, 经营上的…
in Polish kierowniczy…
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