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2 days ago

Senior New media Specialist – new

The Royal Conservatory Toronto

The Conservatory has articulated a new vision for the digital engagement of young Canadians. Our plan is to make the very best tools and resources in… Glassdoor


22 days ago

Application Support Analyst

The Royal Conservatory Toronto

Reporting to the IT Director, the Application Support Analysts role is to deliver in-depth support to end users in how to most… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Regional Representative (RCM Alberta)

The Royal Conservatory Toronto

The Regional Representative (RCM Alberta) is an accomplished and recognized music educator whose role is to represent the Royal Conservatory in… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Teacher - Piano Literature 2: 1890 - Present

The Royal Conservatory Toronto

• Doctorate (preferred) or Masters degree or equivalent and university teaching experience. • Active performer of representative 20th and 21st… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Regional Representative (RCM Ontario)

The Royal Conservatory Toronto

The Regional Representative (RCM Ontario) is an accomplished and recognized music educator whose role is to represent the Royal Conservatory in… Glassdoor


The Royal Conservatory Reviews

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    Nice place to visit, not to work

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    I worked at The Royal Conservatory full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Employees are positive, friendly, hard-working and well-intentioned, The Royal Conservatory has a great history and brand behind it.

    Cons

    Management at the most senior levels is predominantly without leadership skills. There is no transparency throughout the organization. This is combined with seemingly reactive, and impulsive senior management decision-making. It makes for a disorganized workplace, always busy but not productive.

    The organization does not have an internally communicated vision. Best practices are not being followed in many areas of the organization which further affect productivity.

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    Upper management is the problem. Directions change seemingly on a whim or anecdotal insight. Real leadership requires structure, vision and collaborative effort to reach goals. Instead, teams work in silos and the organization as a whole feels rudderless and adrift.

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