When should you use a "Managing Director" title versus a "Senior Director" title?
Basically, what is the general difference in use with these two titles? For that matter, what about Executive Director as well?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Managing director has direct reports who are workers.
Senior Director has direct reports who are management.
Executive Director may have no direct reports at all, but is considered "senior management" and reports to the top layer of management.