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What is the title of a chief executive in many cities?
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What do you call the chief executive of the city government?
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How many executives does the national government have?
What are the roles of the chief executive?
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What is the head executive of a city govetment called?
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What is the difference between CEO MD?
MD Managing director is the term used for the chief executive of many limited companies in the United Kingdom, Commonwealth and some other English speaking countries. The title reflects their role as both a member of the Board of Directors but also as the senior manager. CEO A Chief Executive Officer (CEO), or Chief Executive, is the highest-ranking corporate officer, administrator, corporate administrator, executive, or executive officer, in charge of total management of a corporation, company, organization or agency.
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What influence does the president have over the heads of the executive departments?
The president leads the executive branch he is the head of it basically the leader. Ther is many types of executive departments like Chief of State, Chief of Treasury, Attorney General, Chief of party, Chief Economist, etc. The president can issue rules and orders called executive orders this helps everyone stay in track.
Who is head of the police administration of a district?
This question varies based on your location. In many small cities and towns, the chief of police directly heads a small department. In other larger cities, the city is likely divided into police districts, each commanded by a captain (or similar) who reports to a commander, deputy chief, or other official, who in turn reports to the chief executive of the agency.
What are the roles of the President?
Economic Planner Chief Diplomat Party Leader Chief Legislature Head of State Chief Executive Commander in Chief The President has many roles, a few being chief diplomat, chief executive, commander in chief, and chief legislator. if you see the president now and 2008 he now has grey hair from all that work.
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When the president is actually administering the federal government and its many programs and employees he is serving as?
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How many people make up the executive branch?
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What degree does a chief executive officer need?
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What was the name of the chief that held the very first thanksgiving feast?
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What is a fragmented executive?
Also referred to as a plural executive, a fragmented executive distributes power usually associated with a chief executive among many elected political leaders. Examples of these elected officials might include a governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, treasurer, auditor, secretary of state, etc.
What degrees are needed to be a CEO?
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Which gods were members of the Egyptian Holy Trinity?
Roles of the president?
The President has many roles, a few being chief diplomat, chief executive, commander in chief, and chief legislator. He or she is also the chief of party and chief citizen. Chief diplomat; conducts foreign policy by directing the actions of American ambassadors, and signs treaties and trade agreements with leaders of other nations. Chief executive; basically the CEO of the country, he or she makes decisions based on information gathered by division heads. Commander in chief; commander of the nation's military forces. Chief legislator; gives information to Congress via the State of the Union, to recommend measures for Congress to consider, and to sign or veto bills. Chief of party; represents the view of his party as a whole, help get members of his party elected, and to represent his party in a positive light. Chief citizen; represents the people and to work for the public interest.
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Who heads the Judicial branch of the United States government?
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What is the degree or course you should take to be a chief executive officer?
In major corporations Chief Executive Officer (CEO) positions are typically filled by individuals who have many years of experience and have earned that position through a proven performance record. They come from a variety of educational backgrounds and fields. That being said, anyone can start a business and call themselves the CEO.
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What are the many roles and titles held by the president of the US?
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How is Obama a chief of state?
The proper term is "Head of State". The Head of State of a country formally represents that country, and in many ways, can be said to be the country. In many nations, the Head of State is also the Chief Executive - that is, the Head of State is also the person in charge of the Executive branch of government. This is the case in most Representative Democracies, though there do exist a number where the Head of State is merely a ceremonial post, and has no real power. Constitutional Monarchies, however, draw a sharp line between the Chief Executive and the Head of State, with the monarch typically holding the latter position, and the Prime Minister holding the former. The United State's government form is a Presidential system. The design the system is such that the President is considered both Head of State and Chief Executive. Thus, whomever is elected President is Head of State.