What’s Happening at ClarkMorgan – September 2014

Published on 2014-10-08


ClarkMorgan Shanghai Office Entry
What’s Been Happening at ClarkMorgan?
This month ClarkMorgan trained international giants from the Canada, France, Germany, and the USA, in a wide range of programs. Here’s just a small sample:

Daimler – Business Writing Fundamentals

Daimler is a German automobile manufacturer owning brands that include Mercedez-Benz and Smart. ClarkMorgan has been providing ongoing training and development programs for the company since 2009 and this month Rupert Munton provided a two-day Business Writing Fundamentals program.


Chevron – Presentation Skills

Over the past two years, ClarkMorgan has been assisting Chevron in courses including Business Writing Fundamentals, Presentation Skills, and Train-the-Trainer. In September ClarkMorgan provided another two-day presentations program, conducted by Jamie Dixon.
Jamie’s overall average score was an impressive 4.73 out of a possible score of 5.0 with one participant stating that she “loved the class and gained the skills on how to make a good presentation”.


Morgan Stanley – Working Globally

ClarkMorgan has been providing training to Morgan Stanley since 2007. This division of Morgan Stanley is responsible for supporting the entire global team with IT development and support, and consists of offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, and Seoul. In this training Morry Morgan provided a one-day Working Globally program via face-to-face and video-conference, proving that not only could Morgan Stanley staff work globally, but that they could also learn globally.


Carrefour – Presentation Skills

Carrefour is a 76 billion euro French retailer with over 1,400 hypermarkets globally. In terms of revenue, Carrefour is the fourth largest retail group in the world, behind Walmart, Tesco, and Cosco. ClarkMorgan has been providing presentation skills for Carrefour since 2012, and this was the fourth program of its kind for the giant retailer in China. Pat McDonald conducted the one-day program in Shanghai.


Freescale – Business Etiquette Program

Freescale is an American company that produces and designs embedded hardware, with 17 billion semiconductor chips in use around the world. In June, ClarkMorgan delivered the first part of the ‘New Staff Readiness Program’, designed specifically for the line managers, and this was followed up with training in July and September. The most recent program was delivered in Suzhou by Morry Morgan.