Helen Palmer (nice_cup_of_tea) wrote,
Helen Palmer
nice_cup_of_tea

Leaving my job after nearly 9 years.....(but not the company!)

I joined my company on 6th June 2006 and since then have basically worked in sub teams of the same department, doing the same role. I have been a Program Manager for a wide variety of training initiatives across the bank. I have been lucky enough to travel to the US, Singapore, Poland and London for my job. I have delivered many trainings and done even more project planning, financial management and mindless admin! I have seen colleague come and go, and survived three re-organisations within the last five years.

Since working here I have had two kids, got 2 promotions, moved desks 7 times, had three bosses and two bosses. And through it all, mr.ncot has been there for me :-)

What will I miss? My internal clients, my massive whiteboard, my window view, but mostly my wonderful colleagues. But we will be on the same floor when we move end of May!

It was a hard decision to move, to leave behind my comfort zone, my mastery, my projects, my position within the team. And yet I had a long term goal to make a change in 2015, following my promotion last year. And yet it was completely the right decision, no decision needed....








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