Why uncertainty is a good thing

Eva Vercouteren

Management Trainee at ORMIT
I like to move it move it!
I don't like too much seriousness

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“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

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I am not changing the world … yet.

Laurent Verbraken

Management Trainee at ORMIT

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You just graduated from university or college and you think: “Let’s do this! Let’s do business, make big money and go straight to the top! The sky is the limit! I am going to change the world. I am enthusiastic, willing to learn, flexible, competent …” Well, guess what, every young graduate thinks that. You are not special. I can assure you, I was like that too (and still am a bit). I finished my studies thinking I was going to be the next Richard Branson. It turned out I wasn’t … yet.Continue reading

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Graduated… and now what?

Nick Hoogendoorn

Vice Director at ORMIT

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We meet many students; students with a good resume and a lot of ambition who cannot wait to get on the labour market. However a lot of those talented people often have no idea what they really want regarding work, and when they think they do, their idea has often been built on a foundation of straw.Continue reading

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How to build a successful career?

lucvermeulen

Talent Development Manager at ORMIT

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What job would fit me?

At the start of their career, most young people don’t have a clear idea of what they want to do as a professional. ‘Where shall I start?’ ‘What kind of job shall I do?’ are some of the most frequent questions young and eager newcomers on the job market ask themselves.Continue reading

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Speaking with impact

Eva Vercouteren

Management Trainee at ORMIT
I like to move it move it!
I don't like too much seriousness

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‘Have you ever been to a presentation where you nearly fell asleep?’ A question 99% of the population most probably would say yes to.
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When a group becomes a team

Toon Aerts

Project Management at ORMIT Belgium
Projects @ ORMIT:
- CRM-implementation and support at Max Havelaar
- Business Analyst (Roxis Team) at GSK
- Project Manager at GSK

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What happens when you put eleven highly motivated, ambitious, energised people into a single room and let them play a business game for two days straight? What happens when those people face deadlines, roadblocks, complex issues and time pressure?Continue reading

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How ORMIT’ers make each other grow

Sebastien Hylebos

Management Trainee at ORMIT
Projects @ ORMIT:
- Logistics Analyst at DuPont

I like having a hot cup of coco on a cosy sheep's pelt when it's cold outside!

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At ORMIT, we learn and we grow. From our first day at ORMIT, until the last we spend time on our personal development, with help from our colleague trainees, coaches and trainers. Continue reading

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The ORMIT logo, more than just a cube!

Anneleen Vanlommel

Management Trainee at ORMIT
Projects @ ORMIT
- Event manager at Habbekrats
- Marketing and communication officer (Sixdots) at BNP Paribas Fortis
- Knowledge Officer at EDF Luminus

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The ORMIT logo is more than just a cube to me. Watch my video blog and find out how the logo visualises my personal development journey.

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My ORMIT Experience

Kristof van den Breeden

Talents @ Interim at ORMIT

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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

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