MAIN ACTIVITIES IN THE INTERNATIONAL AREA

I – Adviser in leadership or consultant for leaders and executive managers of companies and institutions, such as:

  • Some of the executives of the Fabrique Nationale Herstal, Belgium (1981 – 1986).
  • SYNERGIUM (1982 – 1983), an encounter between Japan and Europe which took place at the initiative of the EEC in October 1983 in three border towns: Liège (Belgium), Maastrich (The Netherlands), Aix-la-Chapelle (Germany.) – 300,000 visitors at the exposition, 5,000 participants in the symposium.
  • the Supérieure Générale of a congregation of Sisters that includes 16 international provinces (1989 -1992).
  • the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, London, considered in the Anglo-Saxon world as one of the most important institutions of applied research in social and human sciences (socio-technical systems, ergonomy, quality of work life) from 1982 to 1989.
  • the Chairman of the Adult Department of the Tavistock Clinic, international centre of research, education and continuing education and care in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, (1988 – 1991).
  • the Tavistock Clinic Foundation, a public service foundation created by the Tavistock Clinic in order to apply its know-how in the public and private sectors in Great-Britain (1985 – 1989).
  • the chief executives of ITC, one of the most active conglomerates in India, in 1988.
  • the chief executives of the CAIXA Bank in France, (the principal Spanish banking and finance institution), in 1990.
  • the chief executives of INTEL Corp, Israel, the main branch of INTEL Inc. USA, among the first designers of micro-processors in the world (leader in the area of micro-processors) (1991 – 1996).
  • the Human Ressources Director of ELITE (food) (1992-1995) and BARAK (Telecommunication) (1995-1997) (Israel).
  • the Directors of three public health sectors of the region of Bari, Italy (1994-1997).
  • diplomatic and political leaders, since 1994.
  • the chief executive of EDENOR (power utility) in Buenos Aires, Argentina (1995 – 1999).
  • the chairman of JMMB (Jamaïca) from 1998 to 2000.
  • one Division Director of Applied Materials (world leader company of machine tool for microprocessors manufacturers), (1996-2001).
  • the chief executive of UIC (Union Internationale des Chemins de Fer) (1997-1999).
  • the Chairman and chief executive of London Electricity, (1999-2001).
  • the directors of important French public institutions settled in Hungary (1999-2001).
  • the C.E.O of TSTT (Telecommunications Company of Trinidad and Tobago) (2001-2006)
  • the Managing Directors of BCP in Lima, Peru ( Banco de Crédito de Peru) (2005-2008)
  • the Chairman and Managing Directors of Plus Petrol S.A. in Argentina and South America, since 2007.
  • a Senior Vice President of ARCELOR-MITAL since 2007.
  • The General Manager of the Network Branch, Edf Energy, United Kingdom, since 2008


II – Training Activities

  • Consultant at the « Conference of Major Religious Superiors (the Catholic Church in Ireland); interventions at the Religious Formation Ministry Institute in Dublin; training of the heads of 100 orders and congregations active in Ireland and abroad (1985 – 1989).
  • Member of the staff of an annual conference, “Authority for Faith” designed for religious persons holding positions of responsibility in convents, provinces, parishes, education and missions in industrialized and developing countries (1985-1989).
  • Consultant or Director of conferences on : “Authority, Leadership, Organisation/ Innovation/ Transformation”, “Authority for Faith”, and “Social Dreaming, Consultancy and Action Research, “Body, Soul and Role”” in Australia, Belgium, English Carribean, Cuba, Denmark, Finland, Great-Britain, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Palestinian Authority, Peru, Sweden, Ukraine, and the USA.
  • Responsible for the “Training Group” of Leicester (Great Britain), a training program “Tavistock” like for consultants from Scandinavia, English-speaking countries and the Commonwealth (1984 – 1987).
  • Designer and adviser of the Director of the conference « Leadership, Competition and Transformation », a training and action program designed for all the managers of INTEL’s microprocessor plant in Israel (1994).
  • Consultant in terms of institutional analysis to the Public Departments of Mental Health, Bari, Italy, since 1994.
  • Responsible or contributor in various continuing education and training program for consultants in Europe, Israel and the USA, since 1983.
  • Advisor to the CEO of TSTT, the Telecommunications company of Trinidad and Tobago (2001) on the process of global transformation of the company (based on the model of “Intel”) including the 300 top managers.
  • Scientific Director of the Programme “Efficiency, Profitability and TransformaCtion: Leading to Managers Consultants” in Banco de Crédito BCP.
  • Inspirer of the international conference “F.L.A.M.” “Feminity, Leadership, Authority, Masculinity”, since 2004.
  • Director of the working conference, “Liderazgo, relaciónes raciales y Transform-Acción”, in Cuba, since 2006.
  • Director of the working conference, “Participasión, Responsabilidad, Transformación”, in Cuba, since 2001.
  • Director of training workshops, as well as of the International Working Conference Leadership for Transformaction of Life and the Institution from 2003 to 2009 (Innovacción. Peru).