What’s Happening at ClarkMorgan – March 2015

Published on 2015-03-31
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What’s Been Happening at ClarkMorgan?
>>> The phone didn’t stop ringing. Our email inbox filled up. And our staff were busy with meetings. Yup! 2015 has officially begun in the training calendar across China, Singapore and Australia! Here’s just a slice of what we got up to:

Morry Morgan named Top 30 Global Sales Guru for 2015

Each year the Global Gurus research organisation ranks sales gurus who support knowledge and organisational development in their fields through speaking, training, books, and media. This year ClarkMorgan co-founder, Morry Morgan made it into the list at number 29. He is the only China-based sales guru in the global list.

ClarkMorgan Insights: Don’t Violate the DNA of Your Luxury Offering – Con Constandis

Every month, ClarkMorgan publishes business insights from leaders across Asia Pacific. In March, we uploaded our interview with Mr. Con Constandis, President and Managing Director of Pernod Ricard, Asia Travel Retail. WATCH: ‘Don’t Violate the DNA of Your Luxury Offering

Texas Instruments – Leadership Train-the-Trainer

TI is an American company that designs and produces semiconductors. The company is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and is the third largest manufacturer of semiconductors worldwide. The Leadership Train-the-Trainer program turned training on its head this month, with our trainer, Rupert Munton, receiving training to becoming qualified in TI’s leadership development program. Rupert will now be delivering leadership training across China for TI.

Luxottica – Intercultural Support

Luxottica is the world’s largest eyewear company, controlling over 80% of all major eyewear brands. ClarkMorgan has been supporting Luxottica in Shanghai, Dongguan, Hong Kong and Singapore. In March, Yan Sai coached a senior member of the Luxottica team to better understand managing and leading in China.

Orion – Key Accounts Sales Skills

Orion is a South Korean confectionary company, headquartered in Seoul. The company is one of the largest food companies in South Korea, and 13th globally. The company was established in 1956. Today, the company’s global activities are divided into three main areas: confectionary, entertainment, and restaurants & sports. In March, Yan Sai, trained the first two days of a four day program to help sales staff build their sales skills when dealing with key accounts.

Nissan – Intensive Business Writing

Nissan Motor Company Ltd. is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer, headquartered in Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Japan. In 2012 the company announced that it was going to build a $785 million US dollar plant in the northeast of China, to challenge competitors, VW and GM. Along with this physical growth has come the professional skills development to allow the company to expand globally. In March, trainer Jamie Dixon ran a Business Writing program.