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wear several hats

To hold or function in more than one position or role. I work from home, so I'm able to wear several hats: stay-at-home dad, soccer coach, and website developer. Both our editorial assistant and our copywriter left the company at the same time, so I've been wearing several hats ever since.
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You will find out soon enough that you will be wearing several hats as you manage people.
and it would help, in my opinion, if we had at least 100 members in our Welsh parliament so that the Minister of Transport has just that one job rather than wearing several hats and trying to do justice to all demands.
"With a longer-term view on investing, a more cohesive environment and the exoticness of working closely with a successful family -as well as wearing several hats as a senior staff member is a lure in contrast with the much more hectic lifestyles they would endure at other types of asset management firms."
Many CPGs reported that, while wearing several hats, they don't necessarily see their colleagues having the same work ethic.
In addition, there is a shortage of local participants interested in the technical aspect of theatre, according to Sharshani an essential point which overburdens theatre directors who are forced to fill in these vacancies, wearing several hats in the same production.
She needs it wearing several hats at the same time.
RALPH FIENNES WILL BE wearing several hats at this year's Hamptons film fest, appearing not only as a star and director, but also as a mentor to younger actors.
It is an echelon 2 command, which has the SSP director wearing several hats. He is a Direct Reporting Program Manager to Assistant Secretary of the Navy (ASN) Research, Development and Acquisition (RDA); and reports directly to the Chief of Naval Operations CNO).
He is personally wearing several hats: general counsel (running matters by the former general counsel he contracts with part-time); legislative affairs director; public information officer; and volunteer GAL so he can stay connected.
Feminism for me is all about wearing several hats with convenience.
"I've felt uncomfortable sitting on the BHB board wearing several hats," he added.
He has been a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS) for over twenty-five years, and currently serves the National ACS on the Joint Board Council Committee on Publications (appointment to 2006), as well as wearing several hats for the Washington Idaho Border section (WIBS), including National chemistry Week Coordination (1995-present) and Student Affiliate Liaison (1999-preent).
Everyone is wearing several hats, and I try to handle the sales and marketing areas while my father oversees the various facets of manufacturing.