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Management at Accenture
- Average rating for Management, based on 58 reviews8.0 / 10
How accessible are managers and do they make good mentors? You may want to address internal communication, performance feedback or praise and recognition.
Yes, they are both accessible and good mentors.
Managers are mostly available. They are always willing to provide help with any problems.
Managers are very approachable and make you feel welcome. They have provided me with honest and well-structured feedback to date.
In most cases they are, but in some rare occasions, some of the managers can be not engaging.
Managers and senior level personnel I have found are very accessible and I would not hesitate to approach them for advice etc. My current managing director regularly organises social outings with the Accenture team when they are in town.
Yes, the managers are very experiences and mentor others really well. they constantly ask for our priorities and career aspirations.
Assigned senior career counselor who schedules regular catch ups
Managers have been very helpful in understanding career progression and assisting with achieving career goals.
Very accessible, and generous with their praise. They really do take the time to assist you.
My manager is approachable and always happy to help with problems.
They are accessible. We have a performance achievement tool and progress is logged against that. Feedback is also ongoing.
Great access to mentors, not so much to partners / MDs
The mentoring culture seems quite strong and managers are easy to talk to, although quite busy at times.
Very accessible. I can message them and they are very approachable
Very accessible, managers interact with you constantly, especially when you go through the grad program. Performance feedback is unique and cutting edge. Very collaborative feedback loop in which you get feedback from multiple sources and self reflection that all rolls up into an end of year review.
Fairly accessible upon request
Very accessible. All willing to take time out to meet and chat.
Discussions about expectations and how you perform against them are commonplace and we frequently communicate openly with the management to see how we are going and what more we could/should be doing
I am familiar with managers however have not yet engaged with them on a mentor relationship/ for feedback.
Lots of opportunities to network and also get mentoring. Decent performance feedback system
Assess is relatively easy and good. Praise and recognition is very frequent.
Very, good mentor culture within the company. It is something that is really encouraged and important as you often don't have a line manager as such who is across everything you do
There is a very good relationship with managers. Everyone gets a manager as a career counselor so I think generally they are very easy to address and get in contact with. Feedback is also an important part of how the company works, so everyone is very open to providing it.
Although they are busy and sometimes hard to get hold of, they make an effort to catch up with people who ask and the team regularly
The managers are extremely approachable and always willing to help you and give you feedback and advice to improve your performance and help you fit in within the company.
Senior management is very accessible if you're on the right project.
There's a good rolling 6-month performance cycle which sparks many value feedback conversations. Higher levels are super accessible and are mindful of development of opportunities for junior employees.
Some managers are not reachable. Some cling to hierarchy
Direct Managers are usually business-oriented and have little experience in the technical domain, and therefore provide little recognition for the work that is done. Quite often also an Individual's interest are put to the side and you are not given opportunities to move your career in the direction you would like.
They are quite accessible, mentoring is encouraged. The performance achievement system has a lot of potential that has not fully been realised to date.
Managers are very accessible and each person is assigned their own career counsellor who is a manager or senior manager or above to coach them through progressing in their career.
My direct manager is very accessible due to us being on the same project. But this is not always the case. It can be difficult to access people placed a few levels above you (leadership are generally only accessible when you are benched or at an organised event).