Profession provincial governor

Governors are the main legislators of a nation's unit such as a state or province. They supervise staff, perform administrative and ceremonial duties, and function as the main representative for their governed region. They regulate local governments in their region.

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Personality Type

  • Enterprising / Social

Knowledge

  • Legislation procedure

    The procedures involved in the making of laws and legislation, such as which organisations and individuals are involved, the process of how bills become laws, the proposal and reviewing process, and other steps in the legislation procedure.

  • Budgetary principles

    Principles of estimating and planning of forecasts for business activity, compile regular budget and reports.

  • Government policy implementation

    The procedures involved in the implementation of government policies in national and local governmental organisations.

  • Constitutional law

    The regulations dealing with the fundamental principles or established precedents which govern a state or organisation.

Skills

  • Liaise with local authorities

    Maintain the liaison and exchange of information with regional or local authorities.

  • Manage budgets

    Conduct cost estimates and budget planning. Monitor the budget, as well as costs and expenses. Forecast the budget development continuously. Report on the budget.

  • Perform government ceremonies

    Perform the ritual tasks and duties, according to traditions and regulations, as a representative of the government during an official government ceremonial event.

  • Perform debates

    Construct and present arguments used in a constructive debate and discussion in order to convince the opposing party or a neutral third party of the debater's stance.

  • Manage government policy implementation

    Manage the operations of the implementation of new government policies or changes in existing policies on a national or regional level as well as the staff involved in the implementation procedure..

  • Manage staff

    Manage employees and subordinates, working in a team or individually, to maximise their performance and contribution. Schedule their work and activities, give instructions, motivate and direct the workers to meet the company objectives. Monitor and measure how an employee undertakes their responsibilities and how well these activities are executed. Identify areas for improvement and make suggestions to achieve this. Lead a group of people to help them achieve goals and maintain an effective working relationship among staff.

Optional knowledge and skills

assess risk factors political campaigning political science public law apply conflict management inspect government expenditures represent national interests apply diplomatic principles diplomatic principles build community relations political parties monitor political conflicts government representation maintain relations with local representatives inspect government incomes perform political negotiation advise on legislative acts rhetoric public finance

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