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4 days ago

Technology Project Manager

NAFSA Association of International Educators Washington, DC

This position will work closely with the Associate Director for Web Design and other members of the Web Services and Web Content teams to build new… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Senior Director Professional Learning Services (PLS)

NAFSA Association of International Educators Washington, DC

The Senior Director of Professional Learning Services (PLS) provides the strategic staff leadership for the professional learning programs and… Glassdoor


26 days ago

Editorial Project Manager

NAFSA Association of International Educators Washington, DC

include: provides editorial project management of books, white papers, and other print or electronic resources as assigned;manages the editorial… Glassdoor


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    Negative culture in staff office with a few good managers

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

    I worked at NAFSA full-time

    Pros

    I had a supportive, thoughtful boss, which made a difference here; there are good benefits and vacation time; and a great annual membership conference. The members make the organization special.

    Cons

    Negative office climate with extremely high turnover and firings; ineffective HR department; higher ups who talk behind backs; communication silos; "this is how we've always done things" kind of culture.

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    Please: Trust your employees, treat them with professional respect, and allow them to take risks with innovation in order to advance membership outreach. Do not reward managers who have a bad reputation from lower staff for being unsupportive and emotionally abusive—you will only lose good staff (and I speak not of my own experience, but for that of many of my colleagues). The organization will thrive when all our treated as smart, trustworthy team members with something great to provide the staff.

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