22 terms

Q: Skills for Success L&S 4 - Unit 1

STUDY
PLAY
acknowledge
(v.) to accept that something is true
address
(v.) to think about a problem or a situation and decide how to deal with it
aspect
(n.) a particular part or feature of a situation, idea, or problem
criticism
(n.) the act of expressing disapproval of someone or something
exemplify
(v.) to be an example of something
expert
(n.) a person with special knowledge, skill, or training in something
favoritism
(n.) giving unfair advantages to the people who you like best
issue
(n.) an important topic that people discuss or argue about
negotiate
(v.) to try to reach an agreement by formal discussion
outline
(v.) to give the most important facts or ideas about something
potential
(n.) the possibility of something happening or becoming something
staff
(n.) the group of people who work for an organization
advance
(v.) to make progress in a career
assess
(v.) to make a judgement about someone or something
capable
(adj.) having the ability or qualities necessary to do something
contact
(n.) a person that you know, especially somebody who can be helpful to you in your work
effective
(adj.) producing the result that is wanted or intended
ethical
(adj.) morally good or correct
executive
(n.) a person who has an important job as a manager of a company or orginization
perspective
(n.) a way of thinking about something
style
(n.) the way in which something is done
title
(n.) a word or phrase that shows a person's rank, profession, or status
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