Managing Directors give their job an average rating of 4.2 out of 5.0. The Managing Directors happiest with their jobs are employed by Lake Oswego Consulting Group with an average rating of 5.0 while the Managing Directors least happy with their jobs work for Kforce with an average rating of 1.6.Submit a Review
"Being a Managing Director at CBRE is a great but highly varied role in the company depending upon what part of the company you're in. In GWS, it means being an account or service line lead. In LMA, it means leading a local brokerage office. Regardless, the comp is excellent and you have tremendous latitude so long as you meet the business unit's goals which leaves lots of room for creativity and innovation."
"Ability to have access to executives and helping them solve business problems."
"I love the degree of freedom it offers in creativity, innovation and close working relationship with clients. But particularly when a company is in its early stages of growth with limited resources, this position demands a lot of time and effort."
"Love helping teams develop and move forward."
"I like being a leader and helping others."
"Love the respect I get from referral sources and doors the title opens for me. However, I'm a senior level practitioner but not a partner owner so it's a tough situation to be in -- you have the experiences but don't have upside. Firm is poorly managed with too many owners used to high income levels. But, I can't impact the way things are managed."
"Good to see decisions having success. Good to see a team getting a tremendous added value for the clients which creates a long time bonding."
"I want to dig into a business and understand where the needs are. I'd then like to make sure the IT department is following that direction. In my role at CES I'm more involved in business development and counseling existing CIO's regarding how to make an offshore relationship work."
"I enjoy being a Managing Director, because I can effect change. I have a say in the direction of the company, which has made me even more responsible. I enjoy finding talent, and helping that talent grow and flourish. The worst part of the job is having to let individuals go when they have not met company standards."
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