Questions and Answers about Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

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What is the most stressful part about working at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts?

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A CEO who can’t make up her mind. She cares more about a paint color than her staff. Concentrate on finding a replacement and not spending too much money on unnecessary expenses. Furniture is not more important than staff moral.

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Working with leadership team who has ZERO experience running an arts organization.

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Having the CEO show up to work!

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Working with CEO is dreadful. This should be a fantastic environment and it is when she’s not around.

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CEO, can’t make up their mind. Rules with fear. So sad as it’s a great venue.

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Lack of knowledge from leadership team. Dictatorship. If the CEO doesn't like you, you are out.

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Poor leadership. Horrible culture

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Working with stubborn ppl form other departments

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Leadership. No one- not even VPs are empowered to do their jobs. Donors are most important people in the building. Arts for every life is a total joke.

Answered - Senior Director (Current Employee) - Orlando, FL

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