Have you got what it takes to be a government ‘Czar’?

Adriene Hill Oct 17, 2014
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Have you got what it takes to be a government ‘Czar’?

Adriene Hill Oct 17, 2014
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Our vision of a help-wanted ad for a government czar: 

Requirements:

  • Level-headed, task-driven communicator.  Able to interface with a variety of stakeholders. Must be comfortable translating and explaining government action (or inaction) to the public.  
  • Willing to be a symbol of governmental concern about a specific crisis.  Good at making everyone feel better. Willing  to appear before the press as required.
  • Must be a model of  seriousness, calm and control.
  • Must be comfortable operating behind the scenes and juggling the demands of multiple high-level, ego-driven officials inside government.
  • Comfortable working in a culture of feedback – knows how to take a punch.
  • Willingness to sacrifice sleep and home life.
  • Proven record working with “big personalities” a must.
  • Ability to cut through red tape also a plus. 

 

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