All of my past work experience has been mainly multitasking, from working with children to working in a restaurant. I am sure that if I can handle high stress multitasking situations like those I will be able to handle a front desk.
I made the point that there are several ingredients to proper stakeholder management -- especially when there are many (with often disparate goals and needs) involved in a single project. I stressed the importance of excellent communication, strong interpersonal skills, sharp organizational skills and the ability to inspire confidence and maintain authority as the PM.
I would guess that you would want to accurately convey the potential of the project within a predetermined timeframe. Ideally you want to sell the vision of the project while staying realistic. Most of the project expectations should lean on the "must haves" opposed to the "wants" of the project.
I interned with a consulting company for a year, and part of their consulting process was to give presentations to the employees on what we came to accomplish and what they can learn from it. This taught me a lot about how to give presentations. I became proficient in Powerpoint during the internship.
I won't believe, both r important. we are doing documentation and writing test cases manually, then we are converting manual test cases into test scripts and executing them. It is the process of testing life cycle.
Your question is somewhat vague. When it comes to service tests then automation is more important; When it comes to graphic design manual is more important. when it comes to regression tests automation is more important than manual testing.