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Based on 3,456 responses, the job of Executive Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.38 out of 5. On average, Executive Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Executive Director?

October 2014
"Skills and demand."
Executive Director:
Be prepared , study , focus it is rewarding.
January 2015
"Keep Learning New Technical Skills."
Executive Director:
Find the time during or after hours to really dive in and increase your technical skills.
October 2014
"Very Stressful."
Executive Director:
Have realistic expectations of what a staff member will and won't do to earn a paycheck.
November 2014
"Look For The Void, There Lies The Opportunity."
Executive Director:
There is a technology gap prevailing between market demand and availability. The gap continue to stay till you convert that to an opportunity by supplementing it.
November 2014
"Time consuming job."
Executive Director:
Pros: Seeing the outcome.
Cons: The slow pace of progress.
November 2014
"Challenging, busy, never boring."
Executive Director:
Pros: Constant change and learning.
Cons: Office politics.
November 2014
"Learn more about communication and emotional intelligence."
Executive Director:
Communication including emotional intelligence is the least taught thing in business school.