Definitions for "EXECUTIVE"
An officer of the Government, whose duty it is to enforce the wishes of the legislative power until such time as the judicial department shall be pleased to pronounce them invalid and of no effect. Following is an extract from an old book entitled, _The Lunarian Astonished_ -- Pfeiffer & Co., Boston, 1803:
Designed or fitted for execution, or carrying into effect; as, executive talent; qualifying for, concerned with, or pertaining to, the execution of the laws or the conduct of affairs; as, executive power or authority; executive duties, officer, department, etc.
An impersonal title of the chief magistrate or officer who administers the government, whether king, president, or governor; the governing person or body.
Keywords:  rbc, consultant, max, reached, rank
a Manager who has one Sales Center that has reached Max-out
Once you have qualified your RBC by reaching Consultant, you may achieve Executive rank, by being Active and having Ten (10) Personal Associates (5 on each of your Left and Right Sales Team) - who are Paid As Consultant within the same month.
Once you have qualified your RBC by reaching Consultant, you may achieve Executive Glossary of Terms rank, by being Active and having 10 Personally Enrolled Active Associates—five on each Sales Team (Left and Right)—who are Paid As Consultants within the prior 30 days.
Keywords:  syndex, routines, tive, flsa, cer
officer (ex EC u tive OF fi cer) n: the second-in-charge of a command; the officer routinely charged with the execution of the commander?s decisions The executive officer is attending a staff meeting.
As defined by the changes to the FLSA in August 2004 an executive is anyone has who have the power to hire, fire, and make employee status decisions for two or more employees
a very open forum in the way we make decisions - we usually work on a consensus basis and comfortably challenge each other's suggestions and ideas in order to arrive at this
Keywords:  legistator, fixer, gatekeeper
a gatekeeper while a legistator is a fixer
The senior level of management having the power to direct, authorize and give high-level approval [D02726] RMW The member of the project board who is responsible for ensuring that the system under development achieves the expected benefits and that the project is complete d within the cost and time scales approve d by the IT executive committee. [D03843] PNG
Refers to the most senior officers of the University - the Vice-Chancellor, Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Pro-Vice-Chancellors.
The single individual with overall responsibility for ensuring that a project meets its objectives and delivers the projected benefits. This individual should ensure that the project or programme maintains its business focus, that it has clear authority and that the work, including risks, is actively managed. The Executive is the chairperson of the Project Board, representing the Customer, and is the owner of the Business Case.
an elected body that represents students' views and interests by participating in the standing committees of the IMS, and organizes various academic and social events throughout the year
an elected student body and positions are open to all Aboriginal students interested in running
The most successful party in an election gets to form the Executive, which takes charge of important areas of policy, and puts forward new bills.
a hard working group that volunteers their time to provide leadership to the members and public of central Alberta
an excellent opportunity for a council to profile its region and give local business leaders the opportunity to speak with Mayors of other Councils
a highly prestigious business degree offering education at an advanced level to graduate with at least three years' appropriate experience
a man who decides sometimes he decides right, but always he decides
a person who always decides sometimes he decides correctly, but he always decides
of or pertaining to an executive{2} or to the group of executives within an organization; as, executive compensation increased more rapidly than wages in the 1980's; the executive suite.
The act of making a document legally valid, such as formalizing a contract by signing, or acknowledging and delivering a deed.
a type of Action Assertion that requires (causes) the execution of one or more Actions. See Chapter5
a solid reflection of the support that we are gaining from many in the wider community
Keywords:  economy, fly, class, first, company
In my company, the executives usually fly First Class, but I have to fly Economy.
Keywords:  picks, brains, man, others
a man who picks brains -- others' brains
having the function of carrying out plans or orders etc.; "the executive branch"
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