What’s Happening at ClarkMorgan – April 2015

Published on 2015-04-20
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What’s Been Happening at ClarkMorgan?
>>> April was busy across all of our three offices – Beijing, Shanghai and Melbourne – with our trainers accumulating thousands of frequent flyer points as we supported our Global 2000 clients across the region. In April, we also added six more interviews to our ClarkMorgan Insights video series, bringing the total well above 200 to date.
ClarkMorgan Insights: Only in Other People’s Shoes Can You See the Changes – Yan Sai

In April, we uploaded our interview with Sai Yan, one of our most experienced trainers and she discusses self awareness as a leader. WATCH: ‘Only in Other People’s Shoes Can You See the Changes

Danfoss – Powerful Presentations

Danfoss is a global producer of cooling, air conditioning, heating buildings, controlling electric motors and powering mobile machinery components. The company is also active in the field of solar and wind power. ClarkMorgan has been supporting Danfoss since 2012, and has worked with their team in Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. This month, Jeff Lunz ran a Presentation Skills training program for 15 staff in their Beijing office.

Henkel – Intermediate Negotiation Skills

Henkel is a 15 billion euro company, with a growing presence in emerging markets, where global sales account for 42% of business and where 54% of its people are employed. The company has a keen interest developing its people within these emerging markets, and ClarkMorgan has supported this goal since 2007. This is the third year that ClarkMorgan trainer, Maggie Nee, has been invited to Henkel to train the Negotiation Skills program.

Grundfos – Project Leadership

Grundfos is the world’s largest pump manufacturer, based in Denmark. The company has more than 18,000 employees globally. In China, the company has directly assisted in improving the wastewater management of cities, improving the quality of life for citizens by reducing the chance of disease. In April, Jeff Lunz ran a two day Leadership training program in Shanghai.