National Automobile Dealers Association

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30+ days ago

Sr. Mgr., Public Relations (Used Car Guide)

National Automobile Dealers Association McLean, VA

Develop brand awareness through content marketing and secure industry press for all UCG content/ brand. Essential Functions: ยท Develop and… Glassdoor


National Automobile Dealers Association Reviews

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Phillip D. Brady
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    Stuck in trying to preserve the past instead of leading and shaping the industry

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    Former Employee - Senior Manager  in  McLean, VA
    Former Employee - Senior Manager in McLean, VA

    I worked at National Automobile Dealers Association full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Decent benefits (although decreasing over time) and location is convenient to shopping & restaurants if you can handle the traffic

    Cons

    Building voted ugliest in VA - old, poor repair, elevators break often, leaks
    Salaries way under typical for market area and no pay for performance so most just don't bother performing
    Leadership is non existent - no vision for present or future, poor communication with employees and with members; few good old boys run the place (poorly)
    No advancement/professional development opportunity
    Board of Directors are disconnected with business today (most are semi retired) and use their position for personal agendas rather than representing their members
    Politics are worst I've ever experienced
    Lack of training, no empowerment, no openness to improving

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Develop a sound strategy, communicate frequently (including listening), reward the talent and performance and hold others accountable for not performing.

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    Disapproves of CEO