Synonyms of 'leadership'
He is expected to hold talks with the Slovenian leadership.
He praised her leadership during the crisis.
The judge has no authority to order a second trial.
The first aim of his government would be to establish control over the republic's territory.
As he grew older, she had less influence and couldn't control him.
command, , ,
In 1942 he took command of 108 Squadron.
A fundamental change in the governance of the country is the key to all other changes.
What most people want to see is determined, decisive action and firm leadership.
They improve their performance under the guidance of professional coaches.
This was a pretext for the authorities to cancel the elections.
the responsibility for its day-to-day management
He served in posts in both the Ford and Carter administrations.
The house was built under the direction of his partner.
supervision, , ,
First-time licence holders have to work under supervision.
The art of leadership is saying no, not saying yes. It is very easy to say yes.
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in the sense of administration
a governmentHe served in posts in both the Ford and Carter administrations.
in the sense of command
the authority to commandIn 1942 he took command of 108 Squadron.
in the sense of control
power to direct somethingThe first aim of his government would be to establish control over the republic's territory.
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