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Realize that you are horrible and have zero people skills. It’s no wonder community leaders and politicians smile at you and talk behind your back. It makes sense why you are paranoid.

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CEO lacks leadership skills. The staff turnover has been ridiculous to say the least. Many amazing staff members have left due to the toxic environment. It’s incredible how the Board of Directors turn a blind eye to this.

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Leave now! So many issues there all created by CEO.

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Resign! The ENTIRE city of Orlando talks about what a horrible job she is doing. Treats employees terribly and unprofessionally.

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Terrible environment caused by CEO. She can’t make a decision to save her life. So many great folks have left or were shown the door. CEO has NO experience running an arts center. The Board continues to back her because they have no backbone to stand up against her. The Chairman covers up a lot and the other board members are in it for free stuff and to have their name on the list of board members. It’s a shame because it should be a great career for many. Once she leaves I’m sure it will be a better environment.

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CEO is a manipulative, unprofessional lacking the skills to run the organization. She is a wolf in sheeps vlothing. Style is cut throat and chaotic. She can’t remember direction she gives from one day to the next. There has never been a marketing plan, bonus is based on what CEO thinks of you. Top leadership includes no one from performing arts industry and no one stays more than 3 years. Get rid of her.

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Since this is a 501c3 organization, someone should check on the expenses. If the donors really knew how their money is being spent, they would think twice about donating anymore funding. The CEO spends money like it grows on trees. Can’t make a real decision hence money is spent like it grows on trees.

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Stop being so paranoid. Let the great people you hired do their job. Oh wait, they all left her.

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Step aside. Give the job to someone with experience running a business.

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Resign and let an executive who has leadership skills and respect from their teams take over.

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