Posts tagged: "Colleagues"
Posted on March 6, 2015 by Suhaib Motala
One of the great things about the NAO is that ideas are encouraged. Employees at every level are given a forum on which to put forth ideas and have them subjected to constructive criticism from colleagues. Eventually they will be read by the Leadership Team who will then decide whether to reject the idea, accept or park it (i.e. pick up at a later date). Regardless of their decision, the Leadership Team will always provide an explanation. more… Have an idea? Well let’s share!
Posted on November 28, 2014 by Lis Radbon
I’ve taken the very difficult decision that it’s time for me to leave the NAO so this blog post will also be my last one. Join me when I’m looking back at some of the things that I will miss working here. more… Time to say goodbye… What I will miss most about the NAO
Posted on November 7, 2014 by Sarah Reid
For our latest blog post, Stephanie, Noah and I decided to go on camera to tell you what life as a first year trainee is really like. Our colleague and fellow trainee Robert Bailey kindly took some time to interview us speaking about our impressions of the NAO so far, the college experience and our tips for those applying to the scheme this year. I hope you enjoy it – if you have any further questions please leave a comment and I will get back to you! more… Lights, camera, action!
Posted on September 19, 2014 by Rachael Foster
As I come to the end of my training contract I have decided that this is the opportune time for me to make a change in career direction, so this will be my last post for the graduate blog. more… Goodbye NAO… Looking back at three years as a trainee
Posted on September 1, 2014 by Robert Trevett
A very warm welcome to our new trainees who join us today! To help you get off to a good start, we’ve dug out a blog post from our previous trainee Robert on what to expect and how to make the most of your time at the NAO. Good luck – we are looking forward to working with you.
Having recently qualified and gaining promotion, I am no longer a graduate trainee and thus my time on the blog must come to an end (don’t worry, others will replace me). Before I head off, it was suggested that I note down a few thoughts on how to make life as a trainee a bit better. more… Top tips… for someone starting the programme (part 1)