Don't board a sinking ship
Non-management professional (Former Employee) – headquarters – February 18, 2013
A not-ready-for-prime-time CEO and disengaged board allow rampant favoritism and tolerance of incompetence to persist which frustrates the efforts of dedicated, competent, committed staff to perform their jobs. Expressing informed opinions regarding business practices is penalized, and workers are harassed for insisting things be done correctly causing good people to leave. Some good people remain, but only because they haven't found something else yet. The CEO and some of the current leadership is ill-suited by disposition and qualification to lead this once stalwart S. Fla. nonprofit institution. If you are a brown-nosing, yes-person, undisturbed with incompetence, waste, and abuse you may do well here, otherwise, do yourself a favor and don't board this sinking ship. The CEO and director level management needs to be replaced with experienced, competent, professionals who know how to lead, motivate, and manage people AND hold them accountable.
there is no more noble mission than feeding those in need.
unfortunately, current management has no idea how to do this.