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Pedro Langre

Pedro 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 follows 7 steps of Growth in organizations by combining cultural and strategic elements with a human development perspective. He has applied this model in deep and complex transformational processes. He has designed and delivered leadership, personal and organizational development programs to over 10,000 executives and public servants coming from 67 different nationalities.

Pedro has coached and delivered leadership and transformational programs to top executives (inlcuding 7 CEO’s) coming from companies and organizations such as Accival-Banamex-Citigroup, Almirall, American Chamber of Commerce Mexico, American Tower, APM Terminals, BASF, Diehl Controls, Everis, Femsa, Ferrovial, Forsa, General Motors, Herdes, INC Research, Kanoo Group, Kimberly Clark, Liverpool, L’Oréal, Mapfre, Grupo Martí, Monsanto, Novartis, Pepsico, Roxtec, Santander, Sodexo, Telefónica, Ternium and Turia. 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.

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 International Economic Relations Diploma from Arnhem Business School in the Netherlands, a Master’s of Science in the Politics of Development (Latin America) from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and several courses in Leadership and Neuroscience in MIT Sloan’s School of Management.

Pedro is fluent in English and in Spanish. He has worked in almost every country of the Americas, Europe (U.K., Spain, France, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Italy, Greece, Switzerland & Turkey) Asia and the Middle East (China & Hong Kong, Singapore, India, U.A.E. & Oman) and Australia.