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Executive Director – new

American Red Cross West Palm Beach, FL

This position is responsible for four key areas within the defined District to include: volunteer development, fundraising, relationship management… American Red Cross

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    Great Mission, low moral

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    The Red Cross has a great mission. They help people when they are in need. Those that do work for the organization are passionate and you get to work with the best volunteers in the world. It is wonderful to be able to help someone in their darkest hour and to learn from all the volunteers. As paid staff the benefits are decent.


    There is no stability. In the years I worked there I saw no less than 4 nationwide reorganizations. The last two years moral has been low, as more work is pilled on those still left. Those expectations are added, and the expectation that the staff meet or exceed the goals or work load set before. There is no work/life balance as more expectations are added. Over the last few years moral has been low, as you constantly expected to be the next one let go. It also seems there was little regard as to the qualifications of those picked to stay in management.

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    Give a system time to become stable. Communicate with your staff so there is better moral.

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