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Updated: 20 Dec 2014
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A managing director is someone who is employed in any of a variety of industries at an executive level. Managing directors generally focus on business development, recruiting employees, and retaining clients. Some examples of fields that employ managing directors are advertising, government, banking, healthcare, and legal firms.

A managing director will work with other top executives to oversee a company's operations. They are interested in plans that will boost efficiency and profits, and they strategize to make these areas more successful.

Managing directors usually work indoors in offices, but they might have meetings in various locations depending on the type of business for which they are employed. They typically work hours that extend beyond the usual business day, as there may be projects that require additional work during peak times. Additionally, it is not unusual for managing directors to consider social events part of their job. They must interact with clients, potential clients, and all levels of office staff. Managing directors report to top executives and boards of directors.

A person who wishes to become employed as a managing director should have at least an undergraduate degree in the area in which they wish to work. A master's or other graduate degree in business administration or another specialized field is also helpful. Some companies might also require special experience relevant to their specific company. A person who is interested in being a managing director should be an excellent communicator and be able to lead a team and motivate employees. They need to be aware that it is important to be results-oriented and creative, and they must be able to help employees develop their talents as well.
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