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Management at NAB
- Average rating for Management, based on 13 reviews7.7 / 10
How accessible are managers and do they make good mentors? You may want to address internal communication, performance feedback or praise and recognition.
Very supportive and willing to help your career development.
It depends on the manager. I've had hands off managers, and very good managers who schedule in fortnightly coaching meetings. Thankfully, I've mostly had attentive managers. They always encourage me to push myself further.
Having been in 3 different teams, I've had a variety of different managers. Unfortunately while the managers may be fantastic at their own work, I've found that not all of them can make the most of or fully unlock the potential of graduates.
Senior managers readily engage and interact with Graduates; however, don't necessarily make themselves available as mentors all the time.
All my managers and mentors have been extremely helpful, and are accessible at all times! We constantly meet formally and informally to talk about performance and etc.
Varies, personally, I've had great managers who were supportive and help you develop, the performance conversation is getting easier.
Managers are extremely accessible and make fantastic mentors - all you have to do is reach out and mention you're a graduate, and they are almost always happy to make time for you.