Build a Company Culture through Action, Not Words – Wilson Zhu

Published on 2015-07-03


THE SUCCESSFUL DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPANY’S CULTURE requires vivid definition, and should not be abstract. So says Wilson Zhu, ClarkMorgan trainer, and former employee of a large Korean organisation which did more than just tell their employees what the company culture was, but rather, made them live it.
Wilson Zhu has 18 years of international HR management experience in industries as diverse as hospitality, real estate, IT, HR, and training. Wilson holds an MA in Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics from School of International Studies, University of International Business and Economics.