Agency Managing Directors Must Balance Client and Employee Needs

Driving business results, overseeing teams and handling day-to-day operations are all part of the job

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Managing director may be the most generic sounding of all agency titles. It doesn’t clearly define what the job entails, even though it’s one of the most pivotal and influential roles at any agency.

According to many job boards, the managing director is the highest ranking manager in the organization, often just below the CEO or president. The position oversees all the activities at the agency: operations, managing resources, instituting strategic goals, and helping grow the agency and its culture.

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