by Carin Yavorcik
If you ask an incubator manager what he or she likes best about the job, the individual will almost always mention a love of working with entrepreneurs and the satisfaction of helping clients reach their goals. Even managers who have been on the job for a decade or more still say it’s what they find most stimulating.
But not every day is a success story. Job responsibilities can be overwhelming, unexpected roadblocks are frustrating, and there’s always the possibility of getting into a rut. How do incubation professionals meet these challenges and ultimately stick with their demanding jobs? We asked some NBIA members about their job challenges and how they dealt with them.
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Keywords: leadership development, nonprofit management, professional development -- general, stress management, time management
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