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24 days ago

Project Director

HealthEdge Burlington, MA

Using a defined Agile Project Management methodology, the Project Director will be a hands-on leader who will manage all aspects of the delivery of… Ivy Exec

24 days ago

Director, Demand Generation

HealthEdge Burlington, MA

•Working with the Chief Marketing Officer and the rest of the marketing team, define our overall demand generation strategy •Develop, execute and… Ivy Exec

24 days ago

Vice President Product Marketing

HealthEdge Burlington, MA

•Working with the Chief Marketing Officer and the rest of the marketing and corporate leadership teams, establish the goals and objectives for the… Ivy Exec

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    Competitive salaries Many hard-working, talented people Small enough that most people know each other, and often get together outside work, which helps foster good working relationships among and between teams.


    One of the best managers of my career was here, but so were two of the worst. Though there are some great managers at HealthEdge, there are also many managers here who are not leaders. A few verge on being bullies, while at the other extreme, some seem afraid to address conflict, challenges, or toxic situations within their teams. Emotional intelligence is in short supply, and the result is that, at all levels, many good, valuable people don't stay long, and many incompetent or toxic people continue to be protected and rewarded. Because goals and milestones are constantly changing along with the organizational structure, it's sometimes difficult to feel a sense of real achievement, and it's also difficult to project and carry out long-term team and personal goals. The seemingly short-sighted and reactive business approach here results in a sense of instability and frustration.

    Advice to Management

    Please consider that unhealthy leadership at any level makes for an unhealthy organization.

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