adjective – bad-tempered, argumentative, and uncooperative
Derivatives cantankerously [adverb] cantankerousness [noun]
Origin perhaps a blend of Anglo-Irish cant auction and rancorous
cantankerous wishes he had even less time for this blog and loves challenges. If you need a slightly-cantankerous Cambridge-educated, prize-winning, tenacious and creative business leader with:
- proven commercial and technical acumen and experience
- MBTI: ENTP
- starred first class degree
- top-school MBA
- 720 GMAT
- Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute
- sense of humour
on a full-time, part-time or consultancy basis, do please email or call O794O-133191 for a CV.
I also like to allocate some of my spare time to helping charities and the not-for-profit sector. If you have a particular project or are looking to widen or strengthen your Board let me know.