Amazing organization, Mission, history, with a diverse variety of career opportunities.
Great leadership development program.
Where they can grow is staff satisfaction assessment, development, and attention.
Executive leadership appears to appreciate separation through titles and status. Nepotism is a HUGE challenge, in that leaders are hiring family and friends instead of seeking the most qualified candidates. while those friends, and relatives may be great, the relationship presents opportunities to overlook shortcomings, impede accountability at the risk of hindering the relationship. most importantly, this hiring practice, boxes the organization into a non competitive, workforce that lacks innovation, unique or inspired ideas. If everyone in the org knows the same things then nothing new or exciting is going to happen. And the world outside keeps happening and the Y becomes less relevant.
stop comparing Houston to other Ys and YUSA. Our constituents are comparing you to other groups and are unable to speak to who you really are or what you do, and Houston Y seems to be content with being a leader at the Y, with leaders from and of ONLY the Y.
AMAzing org, mission, volunteers, passionate & dedicated staff, leaders. Rich history
Employee satisfaction, moral very low! Staff are made to feel disposable.
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