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General Managers and Top Executives As a general manager or top executive you create a vision or goal for the organization and make certain strategies and policies to make sure that these objectives are met Such executives keep the business running out of bankruptcy Top executives need to make sure managers are doing their jobs correctly because managers are responsible for the overall performance of one aspect of the organization Such aspects include manufacturing marketing sales purchasing finance personnel training hiring administrative services and day-to-day supervisory duties Work is usually conducting in their offices or inside the organization Top executives and general managers may have a flexible schedule but it is usually standard that they work long hours maybe during the evenings and weekends Long hours are needed to travel as a manager and as an executive They also need to attend meetings and conferences which might provide an opportunity to meet with future donors customers contractors or government officials and allowing managers and executives to keep up with new technological advancements Pressure falls under general managers and top executives because they try to earn higher profits provide better service and attain fundraising Many general managers and top executives have a bachelors degree or higher in liberal arts or business administration Besides the knowledge gained from school general managers and top executives must also be able to communicate clearly and persuasively have leadership skills self-confidence motivation decisiveness flexibility sound business judgement and determination General managers and top executives are among the highest paid workers but salaries vary greatly upon the level of managerial responsibility length of service and type size and location of the firm An average for a manager was between 35000 and 95000 The median salary for CEOs of public companies from the 1998 Fortune 500 list was approximately 800000 In addition to salaries you have stock options and bonuses also the use of company cars expense allowance and company-paid
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