Data Analyst | Tech Enthusiast | Side-Project-aholic
People read through skimming. Saying the most important things at your site just once is not enough. Repetition is no longer tiresome. It’s essential, because most readers might miss it if placed sparsely.
Real life example: I had a great manager at HP. He was managing a cross-functional team and he was very open about the fact that he knew less on each area of expertise vs. each individual expert in his team, but his expertise was management. He was incredibly gifted at listening, spotting strengths, and identifying opportunities for his people, acting as a sounding-board in brainstorming sessions. He did not have all the answers, but he had the best questions. De facto, he was one of the best managers I have encountered.