Pedro Langre is a leading consultant, coach, and advisor to top management of multinational companies, high-level politicians, and public servants. He has created an effective transformational model that accelerates growth in organizations by combining cultural and strategic elements with a human development perspective. He has designed and delivered leadership, personal and organizational development programs to over 18,000 executives and public servants coming from 80 different nationalities and has worked with 120 Leadership Teams.
Pedro has coached and delivered leadership and transformational programs to top executives coming from AACCLA (American Chamber of Commerces Association in Latin America), Accival-Banamex-Citigroup, Aeromexico, Almirall, American Chamber of Commerce Mexico, American Tower, APM Terminals, Autlán, BASF, Bayer, BBVA, Business Roundtable Mexico, Capa de Ozono, Danone, Diehl Controls, Dorothy Gaynor, Everis, Femsa, Ferrovial, Flock, Forsa, General Motors, Herdes, INC Research, ITESM, Jumex, Kimberly Clark, L’Oréal, Lohmann, Mabe, Mapfre, Grupo Martí, Mattel, Mercurio, Mobo, Monsanto, Nestlé, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Pepsico, Roxtec, Santander, Seguros Monterrey New York Life, Sodexo, Telefónica, Ternium, Turia and Walmart. In the public sector, he has worked with over 100 agencies at national and local levels in different countries as well as with Presidents, Mayors, Ministers, Senators, Congresspersons, and public servants.
Pedro and his team of consultants and coaches specializes in Strategic and Cultural Transformation topics and Works in different countries in the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. He is the founder and CEO of c-Growth – Institute for Centered Growth, Founding Partner of Equanimity Leadership Solutions, Fellow of Oxford Leadership, and member of the “Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy” movement from Initiatives of Change International.
He has been an attending speaker and participant in different forums and conferences, organized by the United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Public Governance Committee (OCDE-PGC), the Latin-American Center for Development Management (CLAD), the Asia Pacific for Economic Cooperation (APEC), and the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation of Harvard University’s Kennedy School, in different countries of Europe, the Middle East, North America and Latin America.
He has lectured at the Universidad Anahuac del Sur and at the Tec de Monterrey (ITESM- CCM), both in Mexico City. He has a B.A. in International Trade, with Honors from the ITESM-CCM, an Executive Certificate in Leadership & Management (Neuroscience) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an International Economic Relations Diploma from Arnhem Business School in the Netherlands and a Master of Science in the Politics of Development (Latin America) from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is certified in Corporate Boards by the IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland and from Harvard Business School.