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promote someone (from something) (to something)

to raise someone's rank from something to something. They promoted her from teller to vice president. Carl promoted his daughter to supervisor.
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If this is the case, are these age differences in promotability valid?
Employees' Challenging Job Experiences and Supervisors' Evaluations of Promotability.
To stay competitive and successful, it's now essential for businesses to identify talent factors about their employees holistically, including leadership potential, job performance, promotability, retention risk, and role importance," said Greg Swick, chief sales officer at Ultimate Software.
Studies reveal that the more a manager provides career-related mentoring to his or her direct reports, the higher are the perceptions of promotability from his peers and boss.
Emotional attachment to an organisation correlates positively with job performance, promotability and employee potential (Meyer, Paunonen, Gellatly, Goffin & Jackson, 1989; Shore, Barksdale & Shore, 1995).
Potential promotability, it was found from the polls, is also considered by employers from as early on as when they make their hiring decisions.
MIRACLE PROMOTABILITY CRERAM: JUST RUB ON AND BE PROMOTED TO A HIGHER GRADE FASTER
An effective performance appraisal has two primary objectives: to generate information on which to base salary adjustment and promotability decisions (evaluative purposes), and to identify areas for future performance development and growth (developmental purposes).
Toward that end, this article examines the Air Force's implementation of the DOD's Roadmap by briefly reviewing the document's main points and then considering shortcomings in such areas as duty assignments and promotability.
This concept is referred to as upward influence where followers using multiple influence tactics are able to gain favor, better relationships, and even enhanced perceptions of promotability from such behavior (Thacker & Wayne, 1995).
Using facts, his own experiences, and sea stories, the author gives us a light but instructive overview of the Navy's often complicated system of promotion and assignments, adding his occasional considerations of what could be done to enhance an individual's career and promotability.
They hope to improve their friends' efficiency, their promotability, their comfort - and ease their own angst about the clutter.
Concurrently, their confidence in you, your self-confidence, and your promotability will all rise.
Your marketability and promotability increase, as will your prospects for major contributions to your field and for leadership responsibilities.
Surveys consistently have shown that the ability to communicate effectively is one of the characteristics judged by managers to be most critical in determining promotability.