Executive Director Advice

Q: What is it like working as an Executive Director?

Executive Director in Waterloo:
"Keep a balance."
Make sure you have a good balance between home and work. You will be a better and more productive boss.

Executive Director in Petoskey:
"I cant really believe this site is asking for this."
I appreciate your desire to provide insight to potential employees but really, I don't think this should be mandator.

Executive Director in Chicago:
"It's more political than you would think."
At the end of the day the most important thing is relationship building.

Executive Director in St. Paul:
"Golden Parachute."
Don't get talked out of having a golden parachute.

Executive Director in Minneapolis:
"None."
Develop the best rapport with your boss as possible, it will speed up the closing of the communications gap, assist greatly in completing projects, and make for an excellent work environment.

Executive Director in Seattle:
"The infrastructure challenges and lack of resources to addre."
Ask more questions about what you will be walking into (although in my case many weren't known).

Executive Director in San Mateo:
"I was hired from a sales rep position. It has been a constie."
Treat people as you would like to be treated.