man manager

man manager

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person who manages personnel in the manner specified: a successful man manager.
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He doesn't miss a beat, he sees everything that goes on and his great strength is he's a great man manager.
As a man manager I think you would struggle to find someone who played for him who didn't love him.
STEPHEN KENNY has been hailed as a miraculous man manager by one of his former players.
Stubbs said: "He's got great experience, he's obviously a good man manager.
And he is obviously a good man manager, otherwise Burton wouldn't be hitting their current heights.
Brendan is a fantastic man manager, he puts a lot of time and effort into every player in the squad.
It isn't rocket science, it is what every half-decent man manager in this country would tell you to do.
But Montgomerie, playing in the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship this week, said McGinley was voted in by the committee who run this tour and as a man manager, he is very good and thorough.
The 33-year-old is the man manager Martin Johnson wants to lead the squad into the Rugby World Cup which starts next month.
Time to get a good man manager who is not afraid to go for it - Chris Hughton would be ideal and he has already helped a team to promotion before so knows how to get over the finishing line.
He is a visionary leader, excellent man manager and consummate professional and Aston Villa are extremely fortunate to have enlisted Houllier in their quest for Champions League football.