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30+ days ago

Project Coordinator

ACDI / VOCA Washington, DC

include: •Provide day-to-day project-related support to field offices •Prepare and process… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Technical Learning Coordinator

ACDI / VOCA Washington, DC

We are seeking a D.C.-based Technical Learning Coordinator who will be responsible for providing highly proficient primary support to Technical… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Learning Specialist

ACDI / VOCA Washington, DC

include: •Collaborate with team members, stakeholders, and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to design and deliver courses at headquarters, including… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Trade Policy Specialist

ACDI / VOCA Washington, DC

We are seeking a D.C.-based mid-level Trade Policy Specialist who will be responsible for coordinating all policy work under the Leveraging Economic… Glassdoor


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    Needs Change in Management Approach

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
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    Pros

    There are still a lot of wonderful, hard-working, and experienced professionals working at ACDI/VOCA. It has a wealth of experience and used to have a good working culture. It has great benefits, a respect for work-life balance and a convenient and recently-renovated office space.

    Cons

    It is losing its experienced staff rapidly for a number of reasons but most have to do with its management approach and a negative work environment. Few people are putting in the extra effort because an individual's work is no longer recognized nor will it help them achieve their professional goals. People lack confidence in their managers and are frustrated with the way in which the restructuring has affected their job. This is happening at all levels and it trickles down. Unfortunately, if ACDI/VOCA does not win more bids, there will be even fewer opportunities and dissatisfaction will intensify. The CEO and top leadership is completely disconnected with the organization, oblivious to these concerns, and has taken a very inflexible approach that is not responsive and does not allow people to work at their highest capacity or incentive them.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Recognize that you are at a critical juncture and need a significant momentum shift. Replace a number of senior management positions, reduce the number of senior positions overall, and allow greater flexibility into the system, rewarding people based on their achievements. Incentivize staff at all levels to participate in new business and foster greater team collaboration by not focusing so heavily on vertical relationships between staff. Stop telling staff what they cannot do and, instead, listen to suggestions and reward them by providing these opportunities. Do exit interviews and take the feedback seriously.

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