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Based on 3,541 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?

November 2014
"Funding."
Executive Director:
The constant need for funding to maintain the upkeep of the everyday operations as well as salaries.
November 2014
"Practical Applications of a Music Degree."
Executive Director:
Be passionate about the music education mission of the organization.
December 2014
"I was hired from a sales rep position. It has been a constie."
Executive Director:
Treat people as you would like to be treated.
December 2014
"The infrastructure challenges and lack of resources to addre."
Executive Director:
Ask more questions about what you will be walking into (although in my case many weren't known).
December 2014
"None."
Executive Director:
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.
December 2014
"Golden Parachute."
Executive Director:
Don't get talked out of having a golden parachute.
December 2014
"Making a difference."
Executive Director:
In order to make a difference in the lives of those that you touch you have to make the difference in your own life first. Practice what you preach and people will respond to you.