I don't like it when it's still dark outside when I wake up.
Latest posts by Alexandra Pieters (see all)
- How do you find the talent that you need right now? - 15 November 2014
Every ambitious organisation has its ideas about the future: within X years we will have achieved result Y, these are the domains in which we will make the difference and here is how we will do it. Once these ambitions are clear, the inevitable follow-up questions come up: how do we get there? How will we achieve these goals? And the most crucial question: who do we need for that? Only with the right talent in the right place an organisation can really make the difference.Continue reading
The term ‘New Learning’ has recently been cropping up everywhere. Is this simply the latest hype or a permanent trend pointing to the future of learning and development? We, at ORMIT, are convinced that what we are looking at is the future of learning and development. Our experience with ‘New Learning’ has already proved to be positive!Continue reading
- Project Manager Operations at Brussels Airport Company
- Demand Coordinator & Project Team at Axalta Coating Systems
Latest posts by Thomas Sterken (see all)
- Roland Coppin and Thomas Sterken on working together at Brussels Airport and more - 18 October 2014
- My assignment at Dupont Performance Coatings - 24 July 2013
Our clients have good experiences with ORMIT’ers and ORMIT’ers are enthusiastic about the challenging assignments they undertake within these organisations. Thomas Sterken is a Multi Company trainee at ORMIT and is working on his second assignment as Project Manager at Brussels Airport. Continue reading
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Latest posts by Thomas De Wulf (see all)
- Digital natives will force large companies to change - 17 July 2015
- 15 years of ORMIT Belgium: A trip down memory lane - 19 November 2014
- From Management Trainee to Managing Director of ORMIT Belgium - 13 June 2014
I started my ORMIT career in a real pioneering phase. I signed up in a time where ORMIT Belgium was not officially founded yet, had no offices, no employees and no clients. Nevertheless there was that truly great and unique business concept and a couple of young ambitious Dutch business developers that convinced me to join in.
Latest posts by Lieve Mommaerts (see all)
- A day in the life of an ORMIT Business Relations Manager - 12 December 2013
05.45am … definitely not being an early bird, it is hard getting out of bed! Even the dog does not move an inch, just looks at me like I’m crazy. I slowly make my way to the kitchen, putting my super high tech coffee machine to work, a miracle worker that machine.
Would you consider becoming responsible for the ORMIT Group? It was the best question I ever got (during my work I mean), even though I didn’t have a clue at that time what ORMIT exactly did.Continue reading
What causes the yearly increase of the percentage of burnouts? How come so many people see working as an accepted way of suffering? On the other hand, how come ORMIT’ers can guarantee energetic leadership in the 21st century? Over more than 12 years I’ve been a fan of ORMIT, an extraordinary club that makes the ‘average’ academics more effective, more self-aware and above all socially more powerful.