Wilson Zhu

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.

Training Skills Expert

Wilson’s work experience includes time spent as training director in multinational companies from the energy and telecommunication sectors. By introducing relevant case studies into his training, Wilson is able to maximize the learning benefit to his trainees.

Lanugage
Chinese
Nationality
Chinese
Email
[email protected]

Articles by Wilson Zhu

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The 8 Steps to Change

DID YOU KNOW THAT THE FIRST COMMERCIAL text message was sent in December of 1992? Over twenty years later, that number exceeds the total number of people on earth. It’s even larger if you take into consideration Skype, WhatsApp and WeChat messages. Information, or more importantly, the vast amount of information bombards our life daily. And…

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4 Steps to Build Your Leaders

THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO INCREASE THE LEADERSHIP capabilities of an organisation: you hire it, or train it. But with Hays Asia reporting that 70% of Chinese employees will see wage increases in 2015, competing for talent by throwing more money at the problem isn’t a long term solution. With this constraint in mind, I’ve created…

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Support Your Arguments by Using Examples – Wilson Zhu

AN EFFECTIVE PRESENTATION needs a strong argument to demonstrate an opinion, and strong arguments need evidence. Examples, statistics and testimony are three such ways of making a convincing presentation. However, this doesn’t mean cramming supporting materials into a speech. The supporting materials adopted in a presentation need to be accurate, relevant to the topic and reliable. For example:…

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Video Insights with Wilson Zhu

Wilson Zhu - Identifying the Type of Tasks Improves Efficiency
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Identifying the Type of Tasks Improves Efficiency – Wilson Zhu

  THE URGENT/IMPORTANT MATRIX, also known as the ‘Eisenhower Method’ stems from a quote attributed to Dwight D. Eisenhower, “I have two kinds of problems, the urgent and the important.” Author, Stephen Covey made this matrix relevant to the business world. In this ClarkMorgan Insight, Wilson Zhu, highlights how to define which tasks are urgent/important, urgent/not…

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

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…

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