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If you’re in Organisational Development, then read “Company” by Max Barry

Having read this 2007 novel, it has so reminded me of corporate organisational life as I recall it. The description of the relationships within the company are so eloquently described that the stories have taken me back to my time in the corporate world. Rather enjoyable now that I’m nowhere near the buildings that were. “So funny that it’s serious. No cubicle should be without a copy.” Gideon Haigh …a typical company. Or at least that’s what everyone thinks, until fresh-faced employee Jones – too new to understand that you just don’t ask certain questions… a biting, incisive and delightful…

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Announcement: Farewell to aCE talentNET, it’s been a fabulous ride…

As announced in the latest aCE talentNET Professional Edge; Well, the time has come to bid a fond farewell to all friends and colleagues of aCE. From this day forward, Denise Hall (ie me!) will no longer be part of the aCE inner sanctum! After 15 years approx, it is time to move on and expand my horizons. Be safe in the knowledge though that Deirdre Gruiters is not going anywhere and aCE is operating business as usual. The only real difference is that I will no longer be behind the scenes. It has been a pleasure and an honour…

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aCE talentNET Professional Edge July10

The latest informative edition of the Professional Edge from aCE talentNET, read on for the up-to-date thinking in Organisational Development… From the desk of the Head Corporate Talent Agent, Deirdre Gruiters… It’s probably boring to start my meanderings with yet another “well what a busy month it’s been” but alas when the cap fits….?!!! But the interesting fact is that the work that has and is keeping aCE talentNET busy over the past 6 months is quite different to the past. Yes, we continue to support our clients with one off needs for consulting and facilitation resources and deliver on…

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GradNet – University of Melbourne September 07

ALUMNI PROFILE: Denise Hall Degree: Training & Development 1997 Current Position: Owner and executive director, aCE talentNET Self-described ‘lifelong learner’ Denise Hall was one of the first students to study Training and Development at the University of Melbourne. Denise’s entrepreneurial spirit led her to establish her own business as a talent agent for consultants in her field of expertise. Read more in the Gradnet…

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Inspiring Women and a Hidden Labour Market

At a time when many businesses complain of a shortage of good people… consider this; aCE talentNET is run entirely by entrepreneurial mothers. The key to the success of this business is ‘workplace flexibility‘. Both clients’ and the human resources, learning & development or change management consultants aCE talentNET places, are flexible in role structure. Whilst salary is always important, of equal interest is flexibility towards working hours (i.e. school hours, or limited number of days per week etc) and work venue (agreement to work from home office). They seek the challenges, stimulation and remuneration offered by work, but only…

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