English version

self-starter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-starterˌself-ˈstarter noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 INDEPENDENT PERSONsomeone who is able to work successfully on their own without needing other people’s help or a lot of instructions – used to show approval
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self-starterThey are self-starters and want to own their territory and to walk on their own two feet.Employees need to be self-starters with higher than normal creativity and problem solving skills because a supervisor is not nearby.In the absence of significant parties, nominations could be won by charismatic self-starters who could project an acceptable image.We're looking for creative self-starters with at least three years' experience.
From Longman Business Dictionaryself-starterˌself-ˈstarter noun [countable]HUMAN RESOURCES someone who is eager to succeed and able to work well on their own, without needing help or instructionsManagement is seeking to promote ambitious self-starters.
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