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sharp-wittedness

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  • The values considered most important by fast-trackers for middle managers were generosity, sharp-wittedness, and reliability; for slow-trackers, tolerance, adaptability, and self-control were most important for middle managers.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Bass, Burger, et al. 1979 found that for several thousand middle managers from 12 countries, fast-trackers considered the values of generosity, fair-mindedness, sharp-wittedness, and steadiness as more important for top management, whereas slower-climbing managers considered tolerance and adaptability more important.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • The values considered most important by fast-trackers for middle managers were generosity, sharp-wittedness, and reliability; for slow-trackers, tolerance, adaptability, and self-control were most important for middle managers.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Bass, Burger, et al. 1979 found that for several thousand middle managers from 12 countries, fast-trackers considered the values of generosity, fair-mindedness, sharp-wittedness, and steadiness as more important for top management, whereas slower-climbing managers considered tolerance and adaptability more important.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Don't you expect I appreciate level-headedness and sharp-wittedness and applicationousness just as much as Remsen?

    The Half-Back

  • They seem to have formed a link between the helpless idiot and the boisterous madman, sharing the eccentricity of the latter and the stupidity of the former, generally adding, however, a good deal of the sharp-wittedness of the knave.

    Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character

  • The winning goal was enabled by the sharp-wittedness of Vladimir Weiss, who took a quick free-kick to release the Croatian forward.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • The sharp-wittedness as well as the style of the author, both serving the vivid description of the - by German standards - unimaginable circumstances this inmate was living in struck him completely.

    Indybay newswire

  • a rising and vigorous class, proud of their sharp-wittedness and the influence which their position and resources gave them; they were well informed, through their connection with the Continent, with regard to the progress of the reformed doctrines; they had high character, earnest feelings, and political as well as religious aims; and they naturally ranged themselves against the hierarchy as its strong and avowed enemies.

    Luther and Other Leaders of the Reformation

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