“In order to grow and improve, you have to be there at the edge of uncertainty”. These are the words of an inspiring chef Francis Mallmann, who likes to experiment with cooking. Continue reading
- Demand Planning Project Team at Axalta Coating Systems
- Change Officer at BNP Paribas Fortis
Latest posts by Lennert Vierendeels (see all)
- So long everyone! - 23 April 2015
- I asked for a challenge, and that’s exactly what I got! - 1 November 2014
- Change you can believe in! - 9 October 2013
26 months…you would think 2 years is quite a long time. Well, apparently it isn’t. The past 26 months have really flown by, as if being in the most amazing cockpit of one of the fastest airplanes in the world, the SR-71 blackbird.
This is it! My first professional experience was on the verge of beginning. I was so eager to start that I arrived 30 minutes early.
Quickly, I discovered that we were 3 newcomers starting on Monday 1st December 2014; Olivier Rossillon, Maïté van Bogaert and myself. Continue reading
At ORMIT we are on a regular basis challenged by our Talent Development Manager and managers to reflect on our development, performances and the meaning which lies underneath them.Continue reading
- PMO EngineeringPhone & Contact Center at BNP Paribas Fortis
- Project Lead IT at Magotteaux
- Project Manager E-Learning Implementation at Magotteaux
- Supply Chain Analyst at Aleris
I like cycling!
I don't like chocolate and candy (true story).
As an ORMIT trainee in the Multi Company Programme (MCP), I so far had the opportunity to collaborate in two different IT projects.Continue reading
3 years ago I successfully applied for the job as Management Trainee at ORMIT. When I look back at these last couple of years, you can’t simply call it a “job”. Working for ORMIT isn’t like anything you’ve done before; it’s a unique journey that will surely have a lasting impact on the rest of your professional, but also your private life.Continue reading
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.
- PMO Internal communication of Hello bank! at BNPP Paribas Fortis
- Project Manager Digital Channels Ambassadors Community at BNPP Paribas Fortis
- Project Officer HR BS&O at BNPP Paribas Fortis
- Support Marketing Sponsorships at SOS Children’s Villages
I like Budapest, sun, drinking warm coffee, discovering new fashion designers, traveling in exotic countries and all kinds of unknown places!
I don't like negativity, cold winters and grey sky.
Latest posts by Carole Peters (see all)
- Facing flexibility at SOS Children’s Villages Belgium - 6 November 2014
- When an Ngaging idea becomes an active committee. - 13 March 2014
It has been a while that I am working for ORMIT. Almost 14 months to be precise. Today I would like to share with you a part of my ORMIT experience. More specific the engaging and dynamic part of being member of an ORMIT committee.
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.
“Do as we do. Take the stairs.” A paper with this message was the first thing that caught my eye when entering the ORMIT office for the first round of my application. Although you don’t want to sweat or be out of breath before your first appointment, I took the stairs (Imagine I would cross someone when stepping out of the elevator). What I didn’t realize was that I would share this simple message with a bunch of other people later on and that it would even lead to some kind of ‘Goedele-effect’.