PARTIAL LIST OF CLIENTS
A partial list of her clients include Accenture; Aetna; Alcon, A Novartis Company; Bank of Oklahoma; Center for Nonprofit Management; City of Frisco; Choctaw Nation; Commercial Metals; Corgan & Associates; Corning, Incorporated; EDS/Hewlett Packard; Fidelity Investments; Frito Lay; Fujitsu Transaction Solutions; Hallmark; Hermes, Sargent, & Bates Law Firm; JP Morgan Chase; Korn Ferry Coaching; Leadership Texas; Microsoft; Mission Foods; NCR; Pepsico; RTKL Architecture; Stagen Leadership Institute; Texas Instruments; Unity Health Center; Webber; and Women's Foodservice Forum
8 Fearless Questions
Building and Sustaining Trust
Courageous Group Conversations
Influencing – What Are My Options?
Leadership Attributes – The Role that Gender Plays
Managerial Courage Workshop – Having Tough Performance Conversations
Managing Conflict & Enriching Relationships
Myers-Briggs® Teambuilding Workshop
Power P.A.T.H. Workshop
Power: Working Effectively Across Gender Lines
Setting and Keeping Boundaries
Marsha Clark & Associates offers a wide variety of programs and workshops, as well as coaching targeted to enhance leadership, team, and individual development. Workshops include such topics as building and sustaining trust, interpersonal relationships, conflict management, courageous conversations, and developing partnerships in organizational systems. Marsha and her staff are certified and experienced in these crucial workplace issues and offer highly interactive learning experiences. She is also a key designer, developer and facilitator in customized leadership and executive development programs delivered through Southern Methodist University's Executive Education Department.
MARSHA CLARK'S BIO
Marsha's passion is supporting women in their personal and professional development.
She is currently delivering a series of offerings to enable women to explore, discover and optimize their potential. One of the offerings, a 12-month program called the Power of Self, combines experiential learning and individual coaching, and provides an opportunity for women to gain greater personal clarity and a strategic framework for making more deliberate choices in all dimensions of their lives. Marsha has also co-authored a book with Dottie Gandy entitled Choose! The Role That Choice Plays in Shaping Women's Lives (Brown Books 2004) and has been featured in several other publications regarding accomplished women.
Prior to starting her own business in 2000, Marsha was a Corporate Vice President for EDS. During almost 21 years with EDS, she held a variety of roles with ever-increasing responsibility. In her last role she served as an assistant to the Chief Operating Officer working in the areas of strategic alliances, performance management, and account operations improvement. Just prior to that role, she had oversight for EDS' Employee Development function, including leadership development, sales development, technical development, compensation, staffing, and global diversity functions.
Prior to assuming the Employee Development role, Marsha served as President of EDS' Health Care Unit. In this position, she directed business operations, sales and marketing, and technical support for 40 clients with responsibility for $400 million in revenue and over 2,000 employees.
Previously, Marsha served as a Strategic Support Unit Director for Leadership Development. In this role, she defined and developed leadership selection and development programs to transform EDS' leaders, preparing them to compete aggressively in a competitive business environment.
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Marsha also served as EDS' Account Executive for Bank One, Texas. During her tenure, the bank grew from $10 billion to $19 billion in assets while undergoing more than 20 information systems conversions. Marsha also served as Transition Manager during EDS' acquisition of MTech, an information systems provider to the banking industry. In this role, she led all aspects of human resources, including the assimilation of more than 3,500 employees into EDS.
Marsha serves on the following Boards:
Marsha has a Masters of Science in Organization Development from American University in Washington, D.C. She is widowed with two wonderful sons, two terrific daughters-in-law, and three precious granddaughters and a grandson on the way.
Marsha has been presented the first ever DFW ATW Woman in Technology Award for 2014.
Marsha was presented the Champion of Diversity Award from UT Dallas in 2013.