What does a President do?
The president of an organization acts as the top executive personnel responsible for business strategic planning and company vision. Providing leadership to the organization, the president holds all business operations accountable to the stakeholders and the company policies. Further duties include direct reporting to the board of directors, assuming a supervisory role for top-level management, taking on the responsibility for budget and financial health and management of the organization.
Almost all presidents have a bachelor's degree in business with many holding a master's of business administration. Senior level experience in management is commonplace with successful candidates possessing an extensive working knowledge of the business environment and market conditions of the industry. Excellent communication skills and strong public presence is a must followed by the need for critical thinking and financial acumen to develop working strategies. Flexibility is also essential for this job role as long hours may be required to attend meetings or in times of crises.
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