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Kinn's Chapter 25

advocate A person who defends or pleads the cause of another; one that supports or promotes the interests of another.
affable Pleasent and at easy in talking to others; characterized by easy and frendliness.
agenda A list or outline of things to be considered or done.
ancillary Subordinate;auxiliary.
appraisal An expert judgement of the value or merit of;judgement as to quality.
blatant Completely obvious,conspicious, or obtrustive, especially in a crass or offensive manner; brazen.
burnout Exhaustion of physical or emotional strength or motivation, usually as a result of prolonged stress or frustration.
chain of command A series of executive positions in order of authority.
cohesive Sticking together tightly; exhibiting or producing cohesion.
disparaging Slighting; having a negative or degrading tone.
embezzlement Stealing from an employer; to appropriate goods, services, or funds for personal use without permission.
extrinsic External to a thing, its essential nature, or its original character.
impenetrable Incapable of being penetrated or pierced; not capable of being damaged or harmed.
incentives Things that incite or spur to action; rewards or reasons for performing a task.
liaison A close bond or connection; a person with a connection, contract, link, or conspiracy with another person or group.
mentors Trusted counselors or guides.
meticulous Marked by extreme or excessive care in the consideration or treatment of details.
micromanage To manage with great or excessive control or attention to details.
motivation The process of inciting a person to some action or behavior.
reprimands Criticisms for a fault; severe or formal reproofs.
retention The act of keeping in possesion or use; keeping in one's pay or service.
subordinate Submissive to or controlled by authority; placed in or occupying a lower class, rank, or position.
targeted Directed or used toward a target; directed toward a specific desire or position.
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