Global Mobility Specialist Program 

November 14-15, 2012 
 
Shanghai, China 

Worldwide ERC® is pleased to partner with The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai to bring you this outstanding GMS® training in Shanghai.

Course Information

Module 1 (November 14, 2012) and Module 3 (November 15, 2012) will be offered in day-long, instructor-led seminars. Module 2 is offered as an online course.

Click here to learn more about each module.

Location

The AmCham Shanghai Conference Room

Shanghai Centre, Suite 568

1376 Nanjing Road West

Shanghai, China 200040

Registration

You may register for the Modules individually or the entire package (all three Modules) using the links below.

Click here to purchase the entire program package.

Click here to purchase select modules.

Package price is $1195 and includes all 3 Modules, materials, lunch during Module 3, the exam, and additional resources . If purchased separately, the cost of Module 1 is $450, Module 2 is $400, and Module 3 is $450.

For questions, please email GMS@WorldwideERC.org.

 

Instructors

Module 1: GREG MORLEY

Greg Morley is a Human Resources professional with more than 20 years of experience working in North America, Europe and Asia in addition to experience in many South American and African countries.  Most recently,  Morley was with Shanghai Disneyland and served as Vice President, Human Resources.  Prior to Shanghai Disneyland, Morley was with Hong Kong Disneyland from 2005 through 2010.  He held roles as Director, HR Services and Staffing and Director, Compensation and Benefits responsible for all operational human resources activities such as staffing, employee
relations, performance management, compensation and benefits, employee recognition and reward programs and employee activities for the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, which includes a Disneyland-styled theme park and two hotels with a total of 1,000 rooms.

Prior to assuming his position at Hong Kong Disneyland, Morley was Director of Compensation and Benefits and Organizational Development for Disneyland Resort Paris. He was instrumental in supporting the successful turnaround
of the resort, launching a new stock option plan and management incentive program. Morley also worked in Paris as Director of the Disney University in support of the launch of the Walt Disney Studios Park in April, 2002.

Prior to his relocation to Paris, Morley led the Recruitment team at the Disneyland Resort in California.  The team successfully delivered the necessary staffing to double the size of the resort hiring 16,000 Cast Members in 2000 to support the launch of a second theme park, third hotel and entertainment complex.

Morley led a team of human resources professionals responsible for the recruitment and shipboard HR support at Disney Cruise Line. He was also responsible for the support of the launch of Disney’s second ship and ongoing human resources operations of the two ship company.

Morley earned his Bachelor Degree in Economics and English Literature from the University of Richmond.  Morley holds an MBA and a Masters in Human Resources degree from Rollins College.

Module 3: DANA BREITENSTEIN 

Director, Intercultural Services – Asia Pacific of CARTUS, has twenty years of experience in the intercultural training and consulting field, working exclusively with the corporate sector. As Director of Asia Pacific, Ms. Breitenstein is responsible for the overall management of training and operations of Cartus’ cross-cultural programs and intercultural management training and consulting projects.

Based in Hong Kong since 1999, her previous international living experience includes Osaka, Japan where she served as Director for international educational program and Stockholm, Sweden where she taught intercultural communication.

Ms. Breitenstein is a frequent speaker and guest lecturer at Hong Kong Universities as well as international and regional conferences, including the Economist Corporate Network, as well as the Society for Human Resources Management, where she serves on their China Advisory Board. Ms. Breitenstein also served for two years as Chair for the Human Resource Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce.

Ms. Breitenstein holds a B.A. from Colorado College in International Relations and a Masters degree from Columbia University in Organization Development. She also has a Certificate in Conflict Resolution from the International Center for Cooperative Conflict Resolution. Her Masters thesis was entitled “The Impact of Culture on International Negotiation”. She is proficient in Swedish and has a working knowledge of Japanese and is currently studying Mandarin.