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Sales Director

Reputation Institute Cambridge, MA

RI’s proven sales methodology is to lead prospects with a research driven workshop selling experience. RI arms the Sales Director with deep company… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

sales executives & client service officer

reputable institution Ibadan, OY +2 locations

SALES EXECUTIVES AND CLIENT SERVICE URGENTLY NEEDED A reputable institution in Ibadan urgently needs marketers and client service officer… Glassdoor


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    How to mismanage people and hurt morale at a small company 101

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    Pros

    Sometimes clients are interesting––household name CPG or manufacturing companies. Once in a blue moon you might get to travel to someplace interesting for a client meeting or conference. Office is located in the Financial District, which is debatably a "pro".

    Cons

    Highly political culture. Employee development is almost entirely neglected. As others have said, the organization is top-heavy, and directors sometimes seem to work hardly at all while the rank-and-file put in late nights and weekends week after week. For such a small company, it is incredibly siloed and information isn't shared between departments. Leadership is almost nonexistent at RI––no one takes ownership of changes that are happening or takes the time to explain them to the rank-and-file. Culturally, it's very much every man for himself––if you aren't ruthlessly self-promoting, you won't get ahead. Nepotism is an issue in leadership as well.

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    Give more than just lip service to employee development. Give more than just lip service to workplace culture. Find a leader who can bring the company together and open up communication, getting everyone united in whatever the mission is. HR desperately needs to be professionalized. Give the rank-and-file at least a sampling of the same perks that directors get to enjoy.

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