José Luis González
José Luis is a leading consultant, coach and experienced advisor for strategic planning and consultant for corporate learning. He has 25 years of experience as moderator in working sessions to define the strategic formulation, process analysis and information on focus groups with specific topics in different organizations, such as nonprofit, public, social and international corporations. Additionally, he has been a trainer and lecturer on Strategic Planning, Entrepreneurship and Change Management.
As a Consultant, he has worked with executives and public servants coming from 25 different nationalities. He has worked with companies such as the Federal Electricity Commission, NAFIN, American Express, Pepsi Co. MABE, CONAGUA, Office of the President of México, Fármacos Especializados Group, Commission for Environmental Cooperation, United Nations Development Program, and Telecomunicaciones de México.
He has participated in the Federal Government as Director of strategic planning at Energy Ministry and as Subdirector on strategic planning at Presidency Office in México. He was a collaborator for the integration of the National Development Plan 2001-2006, adviser for the formulation of sectoral programs and adviser of strategic planning in some dependencies such as Secretariat of Energy, Federal Commission of Electricity, Secretary of Communications and Transport among others.
He collaborated in the National Port Development Plan of the General Coordination of Ports and Merchant Marine of the Communications Ministry in Mexico and the Port Development Plan in the APIs of Tuxpan, Tampico, Topolobampo and Lázaro Cárdenas. He participated in the creation of the Great Vision Study of the State of Veracruz in 1996 and was a member of the research group that published the book “Investment Opportunities in the State of Veracruz” (1998).
He is a certified Coach by the International Coaching Technologies, is a Bachelor of Business Administration with Honors and has a Master in Business specializing in Top Management by the Tecnológico de Monterrey.