Álvaro González Alorda

Álvaro González Alorda is the co-founder of Emergap,a consultancy specialized in the transformation of organizations and innovation management.

He has helped more than 100 enterprises in 25 countries: Abbvie, ANDI, Amadeus, AO Foundation, Claro, Conway, Coopeservidores, Endesa, IBM, Mondelez, Nutresa, Premex, Resources, Roche, Prosein, Santander, TEC de Monterrey, Tempe-Inditex, Pfizer, among others.

Associate and visiting professor of schools of the FT, IE Corporate Learning Alliance, business in Spain, USA, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay.

He has been taught at the University of Navarra and IESE Business School and has made an internship of investigation in Harvard Business School.

He is the author of the books: “Los próximos 30 años”(The next 30 years) and “The Talking Manager”.

His conferences mix international experience, deepness, inspiring stories, a staging with personal style and an unusual capacity of reaching to the Mind and heart of the audience.

 

ABOUT HIS CONFERENCES

Transformation of the organizations: competitions and methodology.
Today, there are no missing managers, but leaders with the capacity of transforming.

The traditional competitions of managing are not enough when we have to talk about extraordinary changes like: to lead a digital transformation or to reinvent a structural business model that is going downhill or redesign complex processes that require to modify the work habits of hundreds of people or to restore decayed relationships between executives or to reconquer the enthusiasm of a tired team.

This conference presents a model of competitions and a simple methodology to lead a transformation from the inside, through the middle powers.

 

Conversation as the tool of transformation

“The quality of your leadership depends on the quality of your conversation”

In the last decade, the tendency to replace face to face conversations with e-mails has turned into an outbreak that deteriorates the relations between professionals and creates structural inefficiencies in the companies.

This conference presents a model to design conversations of high impact that restores decayed relationships and gives hope back to the team.

 

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